The old blogs.perl.org shows comments in "oldest first" order, while the beta shows them "newest first". I usually prefer "oldest first", but even better would be if it were configurable (threaded/unthreaded view, oldest/newest/best first)1 vote
To me this is a complete make-or-break factor.
Do you intend to leave this as it is, or if you intend to fix this problem, how much of a priority is it?4 votes
See for example:
* code formatting
* comment formatting
* markdown [links](like this)
* image placement
* general flow of the article2 votes
Since I can't log in or register, I don't know if this feature exists, but the other showcase sites don't seem to have it... comment preview is one of the big problems in the existing blogs.perl.org site, so I'd suggest it's quite a major requirement for a replacement.
As a workaround, not having a preview function is a brave choice, but perhaps there's a better way...!1 vote
Instead of dumping preformatted text+whitespace to HTML, applying markup via <p> tags etc. would help to make the content more consistent.
See for example the comments in http://blog.builtinperl.com/post/7-features-that-i-would-like-to-have-in-perl-51 vote
There's not much in https://github.com/Perl-Evozon/PearlBee/tree/master/t - since there's lots of imported data, that would seem to be a good base to build tests from? Examples might include proper HTML formatting from existing article/comment markup, or that login/registration buttons are visible and functional.1 vote
Both button and the link in the reset password email do not work. The link has ancor code "a href="#cd8667d274cb4a966b037139b21612a5" ...". Copy-pasting the link works, of course :)1 vote
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