Ah well, I can dream....
The only other downside to these issues being available on dndclassics.com is that a couple of them are actually still free on WotC's website (thanks to this forum thread for the tip). You can find Dragon 364 here and Dungeon 156 here. I believe these were originally the "free sample" issues when the magazine rebooted for 4E. I am impressed at that poster's search-fu on WotC's heavily retooled and archived older site.
Oh and looks like Dungeon 155 is free here, too.
|This issue answering the incredibly important question of what happens when you add bugbears to the movie Inception|
Even if this does not suggest a test to see if people want to buy Dungeon and Dragon through the website, it would be nice if they plan to release all Dragon and Dungeon back issues there eventually.
ADDENDUM: I suspect there is a problem with releasing issues that are currently part of the D&D Insider subscription, though. We may not see those issues added until D&D Insider evaporates. On the other hand, issues prior to the ones listed above ought to be fair game, right? Not sure about the ones done by Paizo, but the rest of them ought to be available for addition to dndclassics.
*Except for the "these are 4E content issues" part but oh well.