I just looked at that page for a few minutes.
Looks really professional now, like some other commercial promotion sides created by a “marketing expert”.
First question, when I talk with the majority of non Linux Computer users (Windows/Mac) about GTK is, what GTK is (a Widget toolkit for creating …), if Android, Windows and MACOS is supported well with native look and what the relation of GTK and Gnome is.
These most queried and important topics are not too visible on that new page unfortunately.
And some remarks are questionable:
written in C but has been designed to support a wide range of languages
I read that statement in 2007 already somewhere, maybe in the Krause book. But is it really true? Gimp was created in the early 90, did the gimp creators really consider interfacing other languages beside C at that time? I would assume if they did then the internal working and memory management would be different today?
most trusted toolkit for developing Linux applications.
Is there a new, non toy application created in the last 10 years at all?