I just happened to find a Perl Programming book on wikibooks.org, too bad that it does not have rich content on it. So I wrote a page about HTTP::Engine:

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Perl_Programming/HTTP::Engine

It feels good if the content of that book can contains at least the introductory level of web frameworks in Perl, but there are just too many of them.

Also I would think it makes even more sense to write Modern Perl Programming instead of just plain old Perl Programming. Reason ? instead of always just telling people TIMTOWTDI, we can simply show that it's easy to write an modern-style of code for then language of Perl5, was first born (released) in 1994.

Quote from the perlhist perldoc:

> Perl 5 introduced everything else, including the ability to introduce everything else.
Maybe it's time to seal the world TIMTOWTDI for a while and rebase our mind into a different level. There are way more powerful competitors in the jungle, and we are no longer in a good position as we used to be. It's a problem, how do we deal with it ?