I'm sorry, but your suggestions really suck. They have no usability. Go get some better suggestions; then we'd all follow them. There are lots of better suggestions already on this site.
More usefully, there is no way this site is going to switch over to some other message board software. If you feel that such would be a big improvement, then the way such a transition would happen is that someone would start up a new Perl site based on one of these superior systems and then everyone would see how superior it was and most would start using it instead of PerlMonks. So please go work on that. KTHXBYE
Secondly, your complaints do rather suck and have little usability. And if I left my complaint of your complaints at that, then my complaint would rather suck as well. If, instead, you provided much more specific explanations of things you find superior about other "boards" over PerlMonks, then improvements can likely be made (unless you are only interested in getting a Perl site running on some other "board" software, in which case I've already covered how that happens).
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