I'd like to suggest a rule banning copying-and-pasting full articles from another site, even with due credit or a link. I think it is ethically shady—appropriating another creator's content, and potentially robbing them of ad revenue generated by visits to their site. It also may be considered plagiarism. Instead, I think members should quote no more than a line or two from any source, and link the rest.
(For what it's worth, I'm guilty of doing this a lot in the past.)
I believe how webpages are loaded, it loads in a weird order. There is the feature that when you open a thread, it opens you where new messages are, that way you don't have to scroll through the others. This functionality works well.
However when there is media above (pictures, anything like that) I believe what happens is the first process is for the page to load "where you left off", but then this doesn't refresh for when media loads after this. Meaning it puts me where I left off for a second, but when all the pictures above load in I get forced up a few posts to compensate for the posts shifting down to accommodate the space for the media.
I think something as simple as having the "where you left off" feature refresh after media loading starts or simply moving it in order of operations could fix it. Again, very nitpick.
I posted here because I don't see it as a bug so much as that's just how it works, but if you guys disagree go ahead and move it.