[wp-meta] [Making WordPress.org] #6761: Enhance UX of navigation in archive pages

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#6761: Enhance UX of navigation in archive pages
 Reporter:  tresorama                 |      Owner:  (none)
     Type:  enhancement               |     Status:  new
 Priority:  high                      |  Milestone:
Component:  Make (Get Involved) / P2  |   Keywords:
 == Current State

 As a newbie to this community, as I am, I want to read a lot of blog post
 to understand various part of the community, I want and also to read old
 posts that instruct me about the history of a WordPress component.

 For example, I arrived here for take a look at try to help in "FSE (Full
 Site Editing)" zone.
 To do so, my first idea is :
 **"Find archive pages, go back in time  with pagination, and start to read
 posts that I think contains Design/Architecture Decision of FSE project,
 so i can understand how it's evolved over time".**

 So i found archive pages:


 In every of these archive pages, I expect to see a list of post cards
 with, for every card:
 - post title
 - post date
 - post author
 - tags
 - n of comments(maybe or maybe not)

 **I don't expect to see, for every card:**
 - **post content**
 - **post comments**

 Instead i found most recent blogpost expanded.
 The only want to navigate between posts is to scroll down and go one by
 one with the "next / prev post" pagination.

 == What can be improved with this change
 What, UX wise, is not possibile at the moment for an user:
 - have an overview of the post and decide which post read
 - know how many post one page has
 - travel in time in the blog post archives

 For me this is crucial.

 == Proposed Solution

 - remove "post content" from post card
 - remove "post comments" from post card
 - add "post tags" to post card
 - add pagination (Prev Page, 1,2,3,4...500, Next Page) to TOP and BOTTOM
 of the post card's list
 - enojy 😎

 Examples for reference:

Ticket URL: <https://meta.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6761>
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