The number of categories is always limited in contrary to the number of topics.
Why not to put category name one level upper in the URL?
So, instead of
/c/name we would have
/name. I realize using the c prefix was intentional. But why? Would like to find out more about the reasoning behind this decision.
If the topic URL structure is always the same, and there are no other system pages that look like
/something/<id>, why do we need the
/t prefix for topics at all?
Existing top-level names
We have just a few top-level names like
/logs, but would not it make sense to prefix them instead? With a dash or an underscrore or whatever:
/x/logs /_/logs /-/logs
The idea is just to make URLs even a bit shorter. I’m not sure I understand why do we need
/c in them. If you know why it is so, please share you knowledge.