I’ve just a few minutes ago registered an account here and attempted to use the site. Here’s my (mostly negative) constructive feedback:
The resources of the site might be valuable, but they aren’t discoverable using main-stream web search engines, so the effort anyone makes contributing to this forum is wasteful and unhelpful to the global set of users. Compare to contributing to stackexchange, which is discoverable.
Mos uestions here are going to relate to a github user’s identity, account, and repositories - but those aren’t tightly linked to this site. For example, my search was for a github API to be
able to STAR any repository linked to by repository MELPA/MELPA and collect the number of STARs of those repositories so the MELPA/MELPA repository can report popularity of it links. This sites search turned up one false-positive result, two years old.
The former system of tickets was easier to use, seamless with the github experience.
If this “project” is an experiment to get third parties to lurk on your community forum and contribute to helping others, has it been given enough time produce data whether it’s working or not? I have a stackexchange account and contribute there because it’s easy and discoverable; I don’t see that happening here.