Thank you for the Link at
Yes, I always supposed that PerlMonks were done by professionals in their free time.
Obviously the site was written for Web Programmers because it's comment markup is very hard to get right for someone who is not familiar with HTML markup.
But in difference to those other projects it did not progress visibly.
I put WordPress as an example because it is also very old but kept always progressing.
And because of its friendly welcoming attitude and its open source code it makes it easy to contribute little pieces. Even if somebody can not spare much time.
And I myself have already contributed a little improvement to them. Even though I'm still new there too ...
Why did I post my complain on here?
Nowadays PerlMonks is still the flagship project for the Perl Community.
And it is the first impression that counts many times. And there is no second chance for the first impression.
Perhaps others turn just away without saying anything ...
I'm very sure they already do.
So having a nice userfriendly site makes Perl Programming attractive.
And having a google-friendly site will bring people to your site and represent it as an Authority for Perl Programming Questions.