In my opinion, the way we have the main content sorted out is not clean. We have four giant categories (development, techniques, references, and commands), but the content within them might be unrelated to one another. Unfortunately, this makes it hard for someone wanting to learn from a specific area of programming (like how to make good graphics). Furthermore, there are pages that are hard to get to that I never even knew about. Some pages repeat others, and some just don't give sufficient information. In contrast, some pages need to be split into separate pages because they are too long.
The starter kit, however, is organized into categories in a tutorial like fashion. This is very easy to navigate and is very convenient. Perhaps all this site should be organized in this way?
This is why I created and was modifying that strange obscure page, pages. I have been using it to see exactly how many pages there are and where they are as well as what information is on them. I discovered pages I never knew of. Currently, I am filtering bad pages and trying to sort them into categories. However, before I continue, is this the direction we want to go? Does the community think this website needs some reorganization, or should it be kept as is? Keep in mind that this decision is not only for us, but for all programmers or potential programmers out there.
What do you think?