I know this has been asked before but hey, that's part of the reason for the post. I've got a lot of experience in IT having been around the block for 30 years and I am the kind of person who will answer if I can.
But I find the completely uncategorisied list of questions just too daunting. I just haven't got the time to scan through them. I might if it was possible to just see questions in specific areas. For example, I'm mainly a VB.NET guy and whilst I do know C#, I'm not an expert so can't help in that area.
Yes questions can be tagged but that's up to the poster and half the time they might not be sure what's the best categories.
So people naturally categorise things - others don't. That's why we've got librarians.
So bottom line, would like to contribute more but FAR too much data at the moment.
What was the reason for not categorising questions? I know search engines are great at unstructured data but this is for a poor human being who can't cope with the level. Noticed that only a relatively small number of people reply to most posts. That's probably because the rest of us haven't got time to sift through 100 posts to find the 5 they could answer.
PS. Does Google find StackOverflow questions?