A Tutorial for DBIx::Class which helps the reader start from scratch accessing or creating a database to use with perl.
Suggestions/corrections welcome, via email or IRC (irc.perl.org, #dbix-class)
Hints and help on how to use DBIx::Class if you already know SQL. Aka the answer to "How do I do this in DBIC?"
Things I started but got distracted from / bored of..
A website in Catalyst, with associated database, for storing normalised definitions of binary file formats. The motivation for this one is that various programming groups attempt to decipher file formats for video games and other things, and publish their own file spec pages on the web, usually in Wikis or similar. These are laid out in various ways, not exportable, etc.
Binary is a perl module for parsing information out of files, into perl structures. It contains a pre-defined set of functions for parsing oft-used values such as integers, or null-terminated strings. Users of the module can use these to build a complete file specifaction.
Linking to inherited methods in your POD, automagically