Currently the Addon Chat section of the forums have a few too many sub-categories:
I'd propose cleaning up the list to look more like this:
AddOn Ideas -- fix capitalization to match the forum right above it
Ace2 and Rock no longer exist, for all practical purposes, so those can just be deleted, or moved to the hidden History forum, or have their posts moved to the general "Libraries" forum.
Ace3 is the only real "framework" we have these days, if you can even call it that, so there's no need for a separate "Frameworks" category. All the posts currently in "Frameworks" can be moved to "Libraries".
I'd also suggest deleting/archiving the Official AddOn Threads > FuBar AddOns forum, since FuBar has been dead for a long time, and there's no reason to keep a forum around for it.
Finally, I'd suggest moving all the thread from the Official AddOn Threads > Unit Frames > Grid & Grid2 back into Unit Frames and getting rid of the third-level category. There's just not enough forum activity to justify another category, and I think it also contributes to novice users mistakenly assuming that Grid and Grid2 are related projects.
We might even consider getting rid of all of the addon sub-categories and just having one "Official AddOn Threads" forum under the "AddOn Chat" heading. The forums have been pretty dead for a long time, and most of these sub-forums still have threads visible on their first page that haven't been posted to in years.
I'd volunteer my time to do the actual cleanup work, but someone would have to give me more admin powers first. :p
If you guys start pulling README.md from GitHub for my description (I'd prefer you don't, actually) don't forget to update your Markdown parser to support GitHub's Markdown extensions.
I'm currently using GitHub for a few projects, because their on-site developer tools (code viewing, version diffs, TICKETS!, automatic ticket management via commits and email) are so good, and they have a SVN compatibility layer in place so I can continue using TortoiseSVN, since TortoiseGit is buggy and there are no other shell-extension Git clients. But in general I'd prefer to keep using SVN. :p
I haven't, but based on a quick search it doesn't offer the primary feature I want, which is file status overlays in Windows Explorer. Without that I'm stuck either (a) committing every change the moment I make it, lest I forget about it forever, or (b) running some additional application window to show me which projects have changes, neither of which really work for me after having gotten used to the convenience of TortoiseSVN.
Another complaint about Git -- no real externals support, which means I'm stuck cluttering up my addons folder with standalone libraries again to keep them up to date. :(