Extract documentation of libraries into their respective repositories. The content and presentation should make sense standalone and the online version with the elaborate navigation structure should be generated from it. Blocked by hextml and hecss.
Navboxes: Make it so that hovering over inlined-nodes doesn't highlight the item-count for its inlining-node.
Add secondary library categorization: complexity (simple, medium, complex). (Somewhat suggestive. Dependencies don't count and hopefully I'd always extract and refactor such that projects almost never become complex. Documentation does count in complexity assessments?)
Add secondary library categorization: novelty (low, medium, high). (Suggestive answers to the questions: "To what extent has this been (or not been) done before? How obvious (or non-obvious) was the concept?")
Add secondary library categorization: scope (narrow, medium, wide). (Is the library useful for a very specific purpose that not many people would need or it's something that potentially very many people could find useful?)
Make "/libraries/categories/" be an actual page that describes the various categorisations instead of just redirecting to "/libraries/".
Make a summary table of the various categorisations of each library.
Add at least one example for each library in library category pages.