My attention tends to navigate towards "Show HN" posts when I'm browsing HN. There's quite a few who actually use Bulma: Divjoy, Sinous, Open-Registry, Pino…
I'm really amazed by those hacking articles, like the retro video game console  or sorting 2 metric tons of Lego . I've also come across very useful tools that have saved me lots of trouble, like this automatic subtitle synchronizer  or this iTunes replacement .
My favourite will still be "Spot the Drowning Child" , so incredibly useful.
I find myself spending time on Hacker News mostly in Show HN section, because I'm really curious what people around the world are making.
But I was wonder what were the best project were made for entire history of Show HN.
So I aggregated all Show HN posts, group them by most popular posts of a day, week, month, year (starting from 2008) by upvotes. Also it has search my popular tags or words.
And last but not least I found articles from most successful companies like Stripe, Dropbox, DuckDuckGo and Quora that started on Show HN including their old website using Way Back Machine.
Let me know what you think, I'd love feedback
The filters could be better, ai also filters strings with "air"
Date filters would be cool. This year/month/week, last year/month/week etc.
Yeah, short filters that are consist of couple of letters are searching all works that have them.
I renamed "ai" to "artificial intelligence".
Agree about filters. I added:
This year/month/week and last month, year.
Working on last week.
Is this substantially different from the built in search?
My theory is “What’s hot in Elasticsearch” would seem to be better answered with hacker news than a subreddit...
(Hackernews Search is only sortable by date or votes, neither of which gets at hotness)
Very crazy to see when someone who is 14 years old who programmed an artificial intelligence bot.
The bright orange color really hurts my eyes. When I open the site on either a desktop or mobile device, the entire screen is filled with bright orange with a white heading, and a bunch of white buttons with bright orange labels.
I realize that is probably the "official" HN color, but on HN it's just a tiny strip of bright orange at the top, not an entire screenful.
And on my HN, the only bright orange I see is the Y logo. A long time ago I set my "topcolor" to "d0c8b5", which makes the top bar just a darker shade of the body background. The only time I see the bright orange top bar is on a non-logged-in device. For anyone else who finds the bright orange bar unpleasant, try that topcolor setting for some eye relief.
So my suggestion is to get rid of this bright orange completely, other than perhaps a small logo. Once I scroll down to the article listings, it looks fine, it's just that top section that is hard to look at. Thanks!
OTOH, judging by the multiple downvotes, I may be a small minority here. Maybe other people like the page full of bright orange? Or maybe they didn't like my commenting on it.
Since no one saw fit to say what they didn't like about my comment, we may not find out which it was.
Not a worry, I assume when people downvote a comment they have their own good reasons for it. In any case I am grateful that you found it helpful.
I will keep my eye out for sites that are clean and easy to read like you asked about and will follow up with any suggestions!