Here's my list:
Log::Dispatch - Set up logging to one or more outputs, each of which can have their own filters.
Devel::StackTrace - OO stack traces mostly written for ...
Exception::Class - Allows you to declare arbitrarily complex exception class hierarchies in your modules. Also has a base exception object implementation.
Thesaurus - Maintains relations between scalars so you can say that 'cat', 'kitten', & 'kitty' are related. Then later, if you give it 'cat' it'll give you all three. Includes persistence subclasses for saving to a DBM or a File.
HTML::Mason - I'm on the core team for this one. This is more of an app than a module, though.
I'm considering writing a Tie::RestrictedHash to sort of emulate what you can do with a pseudo-hash but we'll see.
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