Yes, that's true. And, despite Sauce Labs not really acknowledging the availability of a WebDriver module for Perl, it does indeed exist, and I found it, and wrote some nice automation in Perl to demo to the small crowd. I even did some extra stuff they weren't anticipating -- showing off how to test mobile apps with Perl too by using Appium + Sauce Labs in order to provide an environment where the same test code can be used to test both a native Android app and a native iOS app, assuming they both had identical resource names for the graphical elements. Unfortunately, the two APKs I had easy access to both caused a Force Close once the Android emulator in Sauce Labs started them up. There were also some tweaks, features, and expanded capabilities I wanted to do/demonstrate in Perl, but ran out of time to incorporate them. Oh well, I got close. :-/
Can I see the presentation too?
Yes, of course! I have checked the presentation materials & demonstrated source code into GitHub, and the recording of the presentation has been made available on YouTube (part 1 and part 2) thanks to all meetings also being Hangouts On Air. Given the usually small size of the Perl meetups, having these meetings recorded is why I didn't really bother ballyhooing the event to the public a whole lot. (That way, in case I bombed, I just wouldn't tout the recording a lot. But since it went well, yes, I'm definitely getting the word out. ;) Watch that GitHub repo for enhancements and updates.