ClassBrowser’s public face

I made a couple of things:

I should’ve done both of these things at the beginning of the project. I believe that the fact I opened the source really early, when it barely did one thing and then only on my machineā„¢, was a good thing. It let people find out about the project, have a look, and even send changes. But not giving anywhere to discuss ClassBrowser was a mistake. It meant I answered questions in private messages that would’ve been better archived, and it probably turned some people away who couldn’t immediately see what the point was.

Hopefully it’s not too late to fix that.

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