Mason is a powerful Perl-based web site development and delivery engine. With Mason you can embed Perl code in your HTML and construct pages from shared, reusable components.
Mason solves the common problems of site development: caching, debugging, templating, maintaining development and
... [More] production sites, and more.
Mason is 100% free and open source. Although it can be used from CGI or even stand-alone, it is optimally designed for use with two other open source technologies: mod_perl and Apache. [Less]
(This is the Netdisco 2 project)
Netdisco is a network management application targeted at large corporate and university networks. Data is collected into a SQL database using SNMP and presented with a web interface and CLI.
Designed for moderate to large networks, configuration information and
... [More] connection data for network devices are retrieved by SNMP. Layer-2 topology protocols such as CDP and LLDP optionally provides automatic discovery of the network topology. Netdisco gets all its data via SNMP polls and DNS queries. It does not use CLI access and has no need for privilege passwords.
The project was originally written by Max Baker and is now lead by a community of developers, headed by Oliver Gorwits, Jeroen van Ingen Schenau, and Eric Miller. [Less]
A lightweight CMS suitable for many uses from small personal sites to large commercial businesses.
Used on a number of sites for over a year, the CMS is maturing nicely and has great plans for the future.
Written in Perl and Mason using PostgreSQL as it's primary store.
Lixuz is a content management system written in perl. Lixuz is using Catalyst, DBIx::Class, jQuery and several other libraries. It is capable of handling anything from small websites to large news portals, and has built-in support for automated image-resizing and audio/video playing. Though still
... [More] under development, the current version is already being used on several websites, ranging from corporate homepages to news portals. [Less]