Some simple(!) suggestions!
1) "Send Corrections" link
The "Send Corrections" link should be back at the bottom of the article (like it used to be, and as still mentioned on the 'House Rules' page!), and not just on the forum page.
2) Number of posts
When you click on a user-handle via the forum section (including your own) , it shows total number of posts (and join date).
If you click on 'My Posts', this information isn't present, and I don't know why!
Any chance of articles being time-stamped, and not just date-stamped? - the time is displayed next to the article on the main index page, but not within the article itself!
4) Easier 'href' parsing
..... when posting HTML links.
5) Saving incomplete posts
I've often lost along post before posting it (especially when using a tablet) - Also, sometimes, I don't have enough time to complete a posting I'm working on - I'm sure that I'm not alone in either scenario!
Lately, if the browser has started playing up I've intentionally posted an incomplete post, just to continue writing it via the edit function. (And 'preview' is no use, as the content is still not saved remotely)
I think an option to save posts without publishing would be most useful - you could modify the 'preview' button to be 'preview/save' - that would work as it does now, but also save the draft copy.
You already have 'held post awaiting moderation' facility - holding the post in a similar way, but with non-expiring edit/post buttons would be great. Once a post is finally posted, it would simply be treated as it is now.
You could even delete non-posted drafts after a week (for example)
6) Keeping track of 'Anonymous cowards'
Sometimes it's hard to keep track of 'anonymous coward' posts.
It would be nice if each coward was assigned a unique identifier (seeing as all anonymous posts are from registered users)
As there would be concerns about genuine anons becoming more recognisable over time, you could have different random id's per user per article forum comment section - I.E. each id assigned to an anon is only trackable within that particular articles forum section. Maybe using the forum post id as a an internal reference?
This not only makes the forum more readable, it also stops anons gaming the system by replying favourably to their own posts.
The username could be shown as:
Anonymous Coward #2331
Where the number is a random or sequential one that hadn't already been used, and is created keyed on the users id, and the articles forum comment section id.
Obviously, once a user/article pair has been assigned an anon-id, they won't be assigned another one.
7) "My Posts" housekeeping
Any chance of the option to permanently delete our own rejected/withdrawn/un-posted(see above!) posts?
Cheers for listening!