I agree as well. Most of the official RedHat sites seem to be mostly content free or just reproduce the same information in different formats.
But it would be nice if the main page of fedoraforum.org didn't offend Konqueror. Every reload causes a Connection to host fedoraforum.org is broken pop-up to appear. From what I've seen from other sites, this happens when the original page redirects to another domain to actually feed its content. That might not be the case here, but is is very annoying.
Additionally, when you do a search of the site using Konqueror, it says it is trying to load the results in the progress bar (Retrieving 44.3 kB from fedoraforum.org) , but they never complete until you select some other link. Then you see the other link's information and next the previous load of your search query finishes and you get to see your actual search results.
A similar two step happens with the login process. You hit the login button, but you never get the update for the login unless you select some other link first. This is admittedly using a kde-redhat version of the RPMs, and the pristine Fedora RPMs may not exhibit this problem, but it is annoying, nonetheless. Of course, there are many other browsers that could be used, but why should that be necessary?
A report on the connection issue was made last July. The suggestion was to try www.fedoraforum.org
. Both exhibit the same problems with the Connection pop-up.