Michael Tsai of C-Command Software (SpamSieve!) posted a nice comment about our site redesign.
But (and this is an excuse to see what I can do in Discourse with bringing specific people into the conversation), Michael (who seems to have ended up with two users here: @mjt and @mjtsai), I’m curious what thoughts you have about better ways of making the archives more browsable. Do you have any examples for sites that do this well?
Keep in mind that we have about 16,500 articles all told, over 28 years, so it’s a lot to browse.
And I’ll ask Eli about the excessive tags — that’s a level that I no longer generally concern myself, since modern Web development is way beyond basic HTML and CSS.