Rule #1 -- You do not talk about Perl Club.
It is very easy to open the door, announce yourself, and then start complaining about the color of the drapes, the bad taste in carpet ... etc. The way things work around here is fairly simple. If you don't like it, you don't just complain about it -- you do something about it. You participate until you gain enough XP that you are allowed to join pmdev. You inspect the code and start writing patches to change things.
Apart from that, i feel that site looks great and has extreme usability. The only way we can change the infrastructure is to have volunteers devote their spare time to building a new site. If you would like to volunteer your time to help us make our site better, then please do.
Remember, we are not getting to paid to help you with your problems. Likewise, we don't get paid to make the site better for you.
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