I'm in the process of updating the KernelTrap theme. So far the biggest difference is that the actual layout/presentation is now fully handled by CSS [blog]. Beyond that, I'm hoping to have time tomorrow to update the overall structure (explained below).
Please let me know if the new theme is intolerable on your browser. I've only tested with a couple of Linux browsers, and it seems fine there. This theme should at least be more respectful of your own font preferences and hopefully easier to read... I'm still learning CSS, and I'm fully open to suggestions...
Regarding the next set of changes, I'm planning on ripping out the mish-mash of links that are at the top of the page, and replacing them with two rows of tabs. Something like:
All | Features | News | Forums | Blogs All | Linux | FreeBSD | OpenBSD | NetBSD | GNU/Hurd
The front page will be most noticeably different, offering views of all the content, with the focus being in the order above, Features, then News, then Forums, then Blogs...
It will be possible to select 'All' and 'Linux' to see all content about Linux and nothing else. Or 'News' and 'FreeBSD' to only see FreeBSD news, etc... I will include a configuration option for users to allow them to set their default page to something other than 'all-all', as it will be set for guests.
The purpose behind this effort is that I'm hoping to soon start having more original content, and I want it to be more highlighted. And hopefully these changes will also make it a little easier to find the content you're interested in.