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btw -- I'm actually a little perturbed by the comments on that reddit post. In particular, to say that the site hasn't been modernized because "No one's done the work" and especially "Plenty of people have volunteered over the years. None have delivered" is actually pretty insulting. Some of us have done tons of work to try to modernize and otherwise improve the site. Most/all of these changes have been small, "incremental" improvements. But there are impediments to making the kind of sweeping changes that most people envision. There are technical impediments, such as the rather unwieldy Everything-based engine; and there are more policy-related impediments, based primarily on fear of change by those few who hold the keys. For example, there is a deeply entrenched fear of javascript, apparently, which rules out all the AJAXy goodness you can think of.

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