I’ve just added some useful data and tools to help you browse the free Jekyll themes listed on the site.
You can now sort by the number of stars on the theme’s GitHub repository, the date/time of the last commit, the name, or the number of forks.
You can also see the number of open issues/pull requests that each theme has on GitHub. With this data, I’m trying to make it easier to find themes that are actively maintained and help you find the best theme available for your project.
Free themes are now sorted by the number of stars by default, instead of alphabetically. The data is collected via the GitHub API each time I build the site, so may not be 100% up to date – but I will refresh this very regularly to keep things accurate.
I hope you find it useful!