We have some prominent members such as Dominus, Damian Conway, Randall Schwartz, Larry Wall, et. al. who may not wish to reveal who they are when posting that kind of message (basically calling the people who run PM out). Maybe they would like the post stand on the the merits and not their name. Or maybe they don't want to ruffle too many feathers. It's hard to say, but calling the OP out for posting anonymously could be way off the mark.
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The rest of your post just supports
"The PerlMonks code is so bad, even competent programmers can't fix it quickly."
and thus by implication,
"We've really poorly represented the Perl community, and we're sorry."
As to the rest, would a new post be useful? If the gods don't really care there is not a lot anyone else can do. Unfortunately, contacting The Perl Foundation directly about this incident may be more useful at this point. And along those lines, it is becoming clearer that the long term goal should probably be to migrate PM to a supportable framework/platform.
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