@halirutan You wrote:
But if you think we should make a small page for them on the website that explains some stuff and link from there to the repository, that would also work.
Yes, as on Rubi's old website, clicking on the "Integration Rules" menu option should lead to another website page with the text at the beginning of the current README.md file and a menu-bar with the options: "Algebraic", "Exponential", "Log", "Trig", "Inverse Trig", "Hyperbolic", "Inverse Hyperbolic", "Special Functions", and "Miscellaneous".
@halirutan At the risk of asking for way too much :smile:, even better would be drop-down menus that appear when you hover over "Algebraic", "Exponential", etc that lead directly to the pdf files in the repository.
Such nested drop-down-menus are realy old-school and not used anymore nowadays. But more importantly, all we do at the moment is a compromise between two things: (1) Having a clear design and all information in one place (that is used by almost all today's developers) and (2) simplicity so that you can easily grasp how to change and edit things without learning too much useless web-dev stuff. Such a nested drop-down is certainly possible, but it would mean that I have to re-create the web-site on each change. I would very much not go this way :)