There's probably not much you can do about the website since all those dates are written by different people or software. I personally tend to use DD-MMM-YYYY format when I write dates manually, mostly because 1) I have an Emacs binding for it and 2) It's less prone to UK/US confusions .

You might have more luck fixing the dates in Pipermail, but I'll warn you that Pipermail is rough code to work with, and hasn't gotten much love in recent years.

MailmanWiki: DEV/ISO 8601 date/0000 (last edited 2008-05-23 17:41:39 by barry)