- www.perl.org - the
perl home page on the web. A good starting point if you do
not know where else to look.
- CPAN - the
Comprehensive Perl Archive Network.
- Deps - the
module dependency checker.
- Meta - a search
engine for the archive.
- Anno - annotate the
module documentation to your heart's content.
- Ratings -
review the modules you use (or won't use).
- Bug Tracker -
a single RT
instance keeps all the bug reports for
distributions in one place..
- Corelist -
utilities to see which modules are or were in core.
- BackPAN - a full
archive including modules since removed from the main CPAN
Module author tools
- PrePAN -
announce and discuss a proposed new module before uploading
it to CPAN.
- PAUSE -
the Perl Authors Upload Server is the place to load your
- CPAN Testers -
comprehensive system of reports from the smoke testers.
Your help is needed.
- CPANTS -
a CPAN Testing Service (measure of kwalitee).
- CPANCover -
reports of how complete the coverage is of each distribution's
Fora and community sites
- Perl Monks - a
long-established community site inhabited by highly skilled
devotees of the language and its ecosystem.
- Blogs - a
collection of blogs from highly-regarded developers.
- Tricks - a
site with a variety of articles outlining tricks, useful
modules and applications.
- Built in Perl -
advocacy with success stories of companies or groups using
Perl to achieve great things.
- Perl Mongers -
local groups of Perl afficionados. Join or start up a group
in your area and get together with like-minded hackers.
- Perlsphere -
aggregate site for various blogs.