Step two of our upgrade path is more-or-less complete. I've added navigation tabs in place of the chaotic list of links in the header. I've only tested them heavily in Galeon & Mozilla, but verified they also work in Konqueror (which seems to be quite IE-like). Opera, on the other hand, doesn't like my CSS tabs at all, ignoring them and just displaying a list... For now I suggest Opera users login and select a different theme.
I implemented my new 'taxnav module' on top of Drupal 4.3, so I've also had to upgrade the site. For the most part, I hope this upgrade will be transparent... But please let me know of any regressions. BTW: for those that prefer to see all site content, try this link.
Step three will be a redesign of the default fron-page. The goal is that someone first coming to kerneltrap.org will first see our featured-articles, and then move on to the rest of the content... We'll see how that progresses.
And finally, I intend to make the above tabs configurable. That is, with a user account I want to make it so that you can configure defaults... (For example, perhaps you're only interested in 'Linux -> News', or 'OpenBSD -> All'...
Anyway, comments are appreciated. The earlier you can let me know of any problems I've created, the better... (Remember, I'm not a web designer, I'm just having fun... So, expect a few issues! ;)