I believe we were focusing on the question of whether or not to start applying a frontend framework to our websites.
Regarding the change of CMS, it would be great to adopt a headless CMS as it would make editing content easier, reduce barriers to participation from new contributors, and make it easier to change our frontend much easier.
While I agree that it's too early in the process to make a shift like this, I also do think that it's something worth planning and preparing for so that our websites can also reflect the innovative spirit of our operating system (and so our web devs can take advantage of the benefits of newer web technologies).
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