To my knowledge there are not any known perlmonks 'clones' or any how-to's on the subject...
in reply to I want Everything too
The best way to get on the road to Perlmonks functionality is to have a look at Fresh Nodeballs and maybe see if you can get some pointers from a pmdev or god. There are years of massive patches and hacks to the everything code to get perlmonks where it is today. You're going to have to hack away at it yourself, even when installing some of the nodeballs, to get close to that.
I'd like to point out that the everything code, while *insanely* extensible, is a PITA. Take a look at the guts sometime, you'll see what I'm talking about. Be prepared for that...
P.S. This is what the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated..
-- Mitch Hedberg