Less intimidating

Use the Regex Task as a quick checker to see if candidates know the basics.

What about a new formatter 'interactive' or something like that, where you can see the results by rules (as in the summary one), but then you can expand the results for those rules that you are interested in using the command line?Maybe we can improve the wizard and ask things like "first time user", "I don't have access to the server", etc. What about a new formatter 'interactive' or something like that, where you can see the results by rules (as in the summary one), but then you can expand the results for those rules that you are interested in using the command line?If those questions are going to automatically install parsers and non core rules I think it's an improvement of the experience. In any case, the interactive formatter sounds good.We will have to do formatters async (or at least allow them to be), so it might be a breaking change.I'm leaning towards allowing bother methods just so it's easier to keep writing them as we are doing right now. I like that this would be more aligned with what you will have seen from the online scanner, presuming that many people will try it out online first and then start using the CLI.

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I like this idea too, as long as it's intuitive how to use it. HTML) is more useful in that it's easier to share, and easier to scan more quickly.

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