Something I think we can all do in the Perl community is help spread the knowledge of how to use this marvelous tool. There are so many layers to the onion, and some people may only know about the outermost layer.
The other day I saw an entry in Erica Sadun's blog where she'd hacked together a quick Perl program for some user interaction that then generates URLs and fires up Safari. It worked, but it wasn't a good example of good Perl.
So I cleaned it up a bit, using a more readable hash constructor, proper regex matching, and of course added "use warnings" and "use strict" for ease of future maintenance. I then sent a nice, non-pushy email to Erica saying "Here's an updated version that you might be interested in. Here's what I updated, and why, and how it's useful to you as a programmer."
Erica was very appreciative, and posted the new version. Now we have some improved code out there, in a pretty visible place.