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Discussion on: Is Dev.to victim of its own success?

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Branislav Petrović

This is so true and I totally agree with you. I regularly weekly, usually at friday/saturday browse my weekly feed to find non-repetitive content relevant to me and how time passes there is less and less quality articles, sometimes none, to save to my reading list.

I don't follow javascript, beginners, html, css, webdev, etc. tags and my feed is polluted again with that kind of articles and that is something that bothers me a lot. Maybe this platform must change name to jsdev.to.

Authors like @bytebodger whose content is so valuable must be more visible over authors who advertise their businesses or crosslinking their github repos or blogs without any content.

Some kind of content curation (AI-assisted or by human) is needed to platform to survive and last.