Many of you have already seen announcements both on main and on meta announcing this site's graduation. At the request of a few of you who were skeptical (or perhaps merely in shocked disbelief), I'm here to confirm that yes, the Community Team has indeed decided that Code Review should graduate. Congratulations, Code Reviewers!
Over the past few years, you've built a community here that excels by pretty much every measure we look at sites with, and you've shown the willingness and ability to take action and get results in dealing with issues as they've arisen. The entire community has done a great job, and you should all be very proud of yourselves. We're certainly proud to have you as part of the network!
I hope you'll join me in giving your moderator team an extra round of virtual applause. Jamal, rolfl, 200_success and the pro-tems who came before them have done an incredible amount of work, both publicly and behind the scenes, in getting this site to where it is today.
What happens now?
Code Review has been added to the list of sites that the SE Design Team will be creating unique site designs for. Unfortunately, the list is long, so it may be several months before you see the first mockups.
In the meantime, this provides an opportunity to think about how to be an even better site as privilege thresholds increase, elections are held, and you continue to grow. As this community should understand better than most, no matter how good you are, there is always room for improvement.
In the interest of both reflecting and planning ahead, I'm posing a question to the community:
Is there anything you'd like to see Code Review Stack Exchange do better?
Weigh in by posting an answer below!