For the past several years, I've been making available on my website a copy of Jak Kirman's Perl-Python phrasebook. I put it there originally for my own benefit: I found it very useful, but (as far as I can recall) found the hosting of the original unreliable. In the meantime, Dr Kirman has passed away, and others have found my copy, linked to it, and these days my copy is the top hit when you Google "perl python phrasebook".
Because I had a copy of the text of his phrasebook, but not the various icons in it, this generated a lot of "Error 404 - Not Found" errors on my web server. In searching for an alternative (and hopefully also more current) copy of the phrasebook to which I could direct people, I discovered that it has been turned into a wiki, over at python.org. The content appears to be very similar to what was on my webpage, and as a wiki it should be much more maintainable, so I'm redirecting visitors there. You should be automatically redirected to the Python Foundation's PerlPhrasebook wiki shortly; click on that link if you're not sent there.