For folks who haven’t seen it yet, SuttaFriends.org is now ready for the public.
This is a website targeted at Buddhists who want to connect with the suttas in simple language with support for learning. There are currently 6 books completely translated (Dhammapada, Itivuttaka, Vimana Vatthu, Peta Vatthu, Theragatha, and Therigatha) with more translations being added all the time.
The translations themselves are based on translations by Ven. Kiribathgoda Gnanananda Thero. The goal is to one day have a complete translation of the first four nikayas and the first 9 books of the fifth.
One distinctive feature of the site is the complete translation of the Vimāna Vatthu and Petavatthu. The Vv has several suttas that only have slight variations so it may seem a bit more repetitive. If you are new to the two books, you may want to start with the Pv as it has much more variation.
The UI is geared around discovery, with an emphasis on curated tags. As more material is added there will be more ways for users to interact with content.
For those kind souls who like to point out errors, each sutta includes a custom link to make it easy to support. You can also feel free to give feedback in this thread, but for typos, that link is the most helpful way.
If you want to keep up to date on new translations added, there is a link at the bottom of the page to sign up for the newsletter. And of course there is a Facebook page.
Much gratitude to Bhante @sujato. His translations of the first four nikayas are the starting point for the new translations that appear on the site. Also gratitude to all those here who have offered suggestions.