I don't think there is anything stopping you from trying to create a test LW2 account to see if you will be locked out
Have you seen the notifications up the top right? Does that do what you want?
How haven't they caught up to 90s-era newsreaders.
What are the plans for the Wiki? If the plan is to keep it the same, why doesn't Lesser Wrong have a link to it yet?
I agree that people should not be able to upvote or downvote an article without having clicked through to it.
I also find the comments hard to parse because the separation is less explicit than on either Reddit or here.
It works now.
It does not seem to be working.
Are there many communities that do that apart from meta-filter?
Firstly, well done on all your hard work! I'm very excited to see how this will work out.
Secondly, I know that this might be best after the vote, but don't forget to take advantage of community support.
I'm sure that if you set up a Kickstarter or similar, that people would donate to it, now that you've proven your ability to deliver.
I also believe that, given how many programmers we have here, many people will want to make contributions to the codebase. My understanding was that this wasn't really happening before: a) Because the old code base was extremely difficult to get up and running/messy b) Because it wasn't clear who to talk to if you wanted to know if your changes were likely to be approved if you made them.
It looks like a) has been solved, if you also improve b), then I expect a bunch of people will want to contribute.
It's just an example.