It's good to see the details worked out here.

But the main take away for me, is that in today's stylish
web landscape, it's important that sites look stylish.

And the site now looks stylish. Great and thanks to all

best regards,

On 24/03/16 16:34, Erik Gustafson wrote:
> Hi List,
> I'm very excited to announce that the redesigned PicoLisp
> wiki is now running on the server! Have a look:
> In my (slightly biased) opinion, PicoLisp has one of the
> coolest programming language websites out there now. It's
> sleek and modern and should be very accessible from any
> device. Changes to the code base were minimal (mostly
> CSS), so it still works great with text-based browsers
> as well.
> But don't let the new paint job fool you. The wiki has
> much more to offer! I spent a lot of time going through
> the mail archives, finding the most helpful threads and
> turning them into new articles. I've tried to organize
> the documentation to be most helpful to newcomers, to
> set them on a clear path from beginner to lisp wizard.
> I'd love any feedback. How's the design feel? The copy?
> I tried my best to incorporate all the feedback I got
> from the initial homepage mockup I posted a few months
> ago.
> Note that there are still some rough spots in some of
> the articles/pages. I plan to fill that out in the
> coming weeks and continue to refine the content,
> hopefully with your help! As such, please hold off on
> posting to Reddit, HN, etc. for a bit. And if there is
> anything that seems to be missing, or you'd like to find
> a spot for something you've been working, let me know.
> So thanks to all of you for the great discussion over
> the years! It's been a lot fun and I've learned a ton.
> Finally, many thanks to Alex, not only for helping me
> better understand the wiki and put it back together,
> but for PicoLisp in general.
> Cheers y'all,
> Erik

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