News site run by O'Reilly. Contains documentation, weekly articles, Perl development summaries, blogs, and links to a variety of resources.
Run by the Perl Foundation with the aim of being "the central directory of all things Perl". Lists news, applications, documentations, communities, and events. Also hosts various Perl projects, including the Perl core, and many mailing lists.
The Perl Archive Network, the gateway to all things Perl. The canonical location for Perl code and modules.
O'Reilly Perl Center
Current and past products, resources, and news on O'Reilly and Associate's Perl involvement.
Parrot is the new virtual machine underlying Perl 6. Provides an introduction, documentation, wiki and developer tools.
Perl 6 Wiki
Perl 6 is the next generation of Perl, which is currently in development. This site provides information about the project, status and how to get involved.
Contains tutorials, discussion forums, Perl poetry, obfuscated code, and a large code repository.
By Mark-Jason Dominus, author of the Higher Order Perl book. Hints, articles, Perl modules, programs.
Perl for Robot AI Minds
Artificial intelligence in Perl.
Perl is Alive
Case studies and other articles about large, high-profile, or otherwise interesting Perl projects, along with relevant links, news, and opinion pieces.
A feed of the latest articles.
Perl/Tk Information and Resources
Links, and information on a book including sample chapter, additional content, reviews, sources, errata. Articles.
Perlcast - Podcasting Perl
Site that podcasts Perl news in MP3 format, weblog, and discussion forum.
An implementation of the Perl 6 specification that runs on the Parrot virtual machine. Provides downloads, documentation, bug-tracking and community resources.
The Perl Foundation
Dedicated to the advancement of Perl through discussion, collaboration, design, and code. Coordinates perl.org, Perl Monks, Perl Mongers, and Yet Another Perl Conference; holds the copyrights on Perl and Parrot, and funds Perl development projects.
perl.com: The State of the Onion 5
Larry Wall's annual summary of the state of the Perl world from the recent July 2001 O'Reilly Open Source Convention.
All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report.