I for one don't have any time to devote to blogs.perl.org any more, and haven't for quite some time. This change matches one made to the database through MT.
The footer currently has the bullets from both the default list-style-type, as well as the :before conditional. The :before conditional is meant to generate bullets between entries, while the list-style-type generates them before each entry. As such, i believe disabling the list-style-type will create the desired visuals.
Added some template logic to the Header and Master Search Results modules to detect searching in a global context and * Set the 'system page' flag, to avoid hundreds of 'about me' boxes on the sidebar * Set a blog_override value (to 1) Header will detect this and set the relevant strings to blog #1s, instead of giving the values from the first search result. (The <title> is being manually set to "$name search results", which may eventually need to change. This does not apply for search results on single blogs; see the distinction between: http://blogs.perl.org/mt/mt-search.fcgi?IncludeBlogs=100&limit=20&search=database and http://blogs.perl.org/mt/mt-search.fcgi?limit=20&search=database This addresses github issue39