in reply to using <pre> tags for citing perldocs!

Come on, perldoc can't only be viewed as a roffed (for a particular screen width) manpage. Why would you force a particular line breaking to the viewer? It's better if their browser does that.

Converting to html is a better approximation: lists come out fine, but isn't perfect, because code blocks will be converted to pre tags then. Maybe we should have a custom pod2perlmonks converter that is based on the html converter?