The main issue I can see would be having to rename to pythonandrubyandanyothercoolstuffyouwantanywhere.com - just doesn't have quite the same ring to it, somehow. (^_^)
I've just noticed that there's even perl installed... I guess it's potentially useful for installations scripts and the like, but I'd suggest caution if you're planning to support Perl web frameworks. I've had a little experience of Catalyst, for example, and it's caused no end of problems - it didn't play at all well in a threaded environment (the Apache worker MPM, for example) and its memory usage was copious. It worked fine for tens of requests per second, but above that it really started sucking up resources.
DISCLAIMER: This was a pretty old version of Catalyst, so I guess in principle things might have improved.