From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kensho:

    Kenshō (見性) (C. Wu) is a Japanese term for enlightenment experiences—most
    commonly used within the confines of Zen Buddhism—literally meaning
    "seeing one's nature"[1] or "true self."[2] It generally "refers to the
    realization of nonduality of subject and object."[3]

Task::Kensho is a list of recommended modules for Enlightened Perl
development. CPAN is wonderful, but there are too many wheels and you have to
pick and choose amongst the various competing technologies.

The plan is for Task::Kensho to be a rough testing ground for ideas that go
into among other things the Enlightened Perl Organisation Extended Core

The modules that are bundled by Task::Kensho are broken down into several
categories and are still being considered. They are all taken from various top
100 most used perl modules lists and from discussions with various subject
matter experts in the Perl Community. That said this bundle does I<not> follow
the guidelines established for the EPO-EC for peer review via industry

Starting in 2011, Task::Kensho split its sub-groups of modules into
individually-installable tasks.  Each Task::Kensho sub-task is listed at the
beginning of its section in this documentation.

When installing Task::Kensho itself, you will be asked to install each
sub-task in turn, or you can install individual tasks separately. These
individual tasks will always install all their modules by default. This
facilitates the ease and simplicity the distribution aims to achieve.