Submitted by evenalder in AskRaddle

Why is "forum list by category" not the default? There are not yet too many topics to display them all, but there are already too many to iterate page-by-page. We are growing old, and the earth is dying too fast for that bullshit. Could the topic descriptions be loaded to activate with mouseover on the category list? The page-by-page list could still be appropriate for a slow-browse, but could it be streamlined and/or use "endless-scroll"? (endless-scroll, as per the Reddit Enhancement Suite)

Could the "Old Reddit" layout be applied, or at least copied to a large extent? There are over 1 million subreddits, but Reddit is still so much quicker and easier to navigate, find topics, and interact (at least before censorship and blocking of Tor). With a much smaller scope, Raddle should be even easier to use than Reddit. Can it be so?

Why no sidebars of topic categories?

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surreal wrote

just get reddit out of your system, it's a company with hundreds of workers that wants to make money, ofc it would seek ways to be more appealing to the masses and advertisers.

raddle/Postmill is a work of volunteers, mainly two peeps, and for me it already does way more that i would require to be happy.

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abbycadabra wrote

it's a company with hundreds of workers that wants to make money

That doesn't mean the design is bad. (Actually I do think reddit design is bad but not because it's a corporation.)

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sutongu wrote

this site it beautiful just the way it is

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evenalder OP wrote

Old-reddit is FOSS.

One click to open all photos in a topic, in-line?

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abbycadabra wrote

Are you donating time and/or money to the project? Ideas are taken better if you are.

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