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  • and are both based on slashcode

    Actually Perl Monks uses the Everything engine (or, more likely, a fork of it). Not that this detracts from your main point at all.

    Slashdot [] recently had a bit of a redesign - so I can't see why use.perl can't have one too. I strongly suspect that the only reason it hasn't is a lack of resources (whether that's time, money, tuits or something else).

    • I recall a series of posts by chromatic [] over at [] in which he blogged []about refactoring the Everything Engine. Did any of that work make its way into the Perlmonks [] site?
      • Unfortunately, not yet. Everything needs more work before it's compelling even to consider migrating Perl Monks to a newer version, and it's not a priority for anyone working on it.