For those interested, the React version of this library has its own repo which doesn't have a jQuery dependency, a deal breaker for me on the main project.
I tried SUI for a project. It has variety of out-of-the-box components and I believe it's more sensible to use SUI for MVP projects instead of bootstrap. I was very satisfied with it except the grid system.
Also, they need more use-case examples like profile page, simple mail app , dashboard page etc on their webpage.
Edit: just realised I commented to a comment instead of starting a new thread. I think it would be nice to add a text like "comment to xxx" on the comment button.
I have used semantic for a long time. It is great! The css is truly semantic. :)
The site below recently went up has some themes similar to bootstrap themes.
I've never heard of Semantic UI until today, correct me if I'm wrong—but this looks awesome. This seems way more mature than Bootstrap or really any other framework I've come across. Is there any reason not to use this?
It's fairly popular, but quite heavy and in my opinion not written in a particularly reusable way - those who like decent CSS architecture/BEM tend not to talk too highly of it. I'd use Foundation instead, but understand that Semantic UI has the eye-candy factor.