Retooling Slashdot with Web Standards

A List Apart: "In this article we will show how an engine overhaul could take place by converting a single Slashdot page from their current HTML 3.2 code, nested tables, and invalid, nonsemantic markup, to a finely tuned web standards racing engine. The goal is not to change Slashdot, but to rebuild it with web standards and show the benefits of the transition." I'm kind of surprised Slashdot still uses HTML 3.2. But even if it didn't it could certainly need a new design, I find the current one ugly and not user friendly.