One thing I will note in your list of requirements:
- Compile and install Perl on Linux, FreeBSD, Win32, Mac(Perl)...
- Enable it in Web Servers, like Apache, IIS... (I don't know much, I just use Apache).
- Compile and install modules on Linux and Win32.
- mod_perl, including installation.
These above are not programmer tasks or skills. I know that will get me flamed, many good programmers I know couldn't install or configure thier compiler or RCS system to save their life. Many of us here may be able to do both, but the lack of this ability does not make one a deficient programmer.
As a sys-admin by trade and temperment, I'd be afraid of programmers asking to install and configure languages and servers.
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