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There is clearly a lot good about the site. However there is always room for improvement. Here is a short list of specific items:
  1. It appears that quotes can cause titles to be cut off. I would double-check why that is happening. That kind of thing sets a flag off in my head for improperly validated database input which makes me wonder if there is actually a security issue.
  2. Take another look at Why I like functional programming. I would personally find some of the features in that code quite nice to have. (Even if you don't borrow the code itself.)
  3. Site-specific documentation and tutorials are weaknesses. Take a look at a wiki or two for ideas on how to have communally edited documents which many people can contribute to. Put up that infrastructure and see if we don't get better tutorials from the community over time.
  4. Node histories are a pet peeve of mine. Nice to have.
Categorize those as you want...

In reply to RE (tilly) 1: Upcoming survey to help me better the site by tilly
in thread Upcoming survey to help me better the site by vroom

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