While it is true that there are information obsolescence concerns brought up by @pipe, my concern is that "Jelly beans" are ambiguous, highly context specific, and regional in practice. The first answer demonstrates this, focusing on through hole part numbers with modest parameters suitable for small protoboard projects. (Which, was also a concern expressed by @pipe)
Also, worth it to mention: jelly bean is highly regional jargon!
Perhaps a way to salvage the question and provide some value to the community is to narrow the scope, for example to focus on through hole MOSFETs for small signal applications ( under 50V, low vgs) which have been in production for more than ten years. Just an example.
This might not address the relevance concerns expressed by some, but it would at least make the information with more added value than a scrape of a vendor parts list sorted by price.
P.s. it appears to me that the person asking and answering is earnest, excited, and attempting to expand their learnings with additional practical knowledge of electronics . Often the practical and logistical side of the industry feels like dark arts more than operational science. I feel that we should encourage that knowledge seeking . Of course, while trying to avoid the very valid issues that many have brought up. I really hope there is a way to salvage the intent behind this question into something that is useful for the community and where the OP also feels validated in their question