@Nagalim has been posting some community updates every couple of days on our subreddit. You can see an example here. I think this is a really great initiative that could be expanded to become more effective.
I think there’s an opportunity to try and put out a Mini community newsletter as a crowd sourced initiative. Just to throw a layout into the mix for discussion:
- We designate a couple of days and a time to put out the newsletter. (Tuesdays and Fridays?)
- On those days a new wiki post will be created that [Trust Level 3 Users] (https://discuss.nubits.com/badges/3/regular) can edit. The top level post will be formatted similar to @Nagalim’s with bulleted community highlights. Anyone can make a post in that forum requesting that some info be added to the wiki newsletter.
- Once the release time has been reached the post will be locked and anyone can copy/paste the raw markdown to share around. This will work great on reddit, many different forums, and other places that support makrdown. We could use something like http://jekyllbootstrap.com/ to turn the post into a github page blog really easy.
Example: * [This is a thing that happened] (http://google.com) * [This is also a thing that happened] (http://google.com) * [This is a thing that happened as well] (http://google.com)
I think it would be a great way for the people really knowledgeable with day-to-day Nu workings to collect important events into a single place with links to find more info, and also make it very portable. For instance we could make a weekly post or the /r/cryptocurrency subreddit, bitcointalk, other communities, or as i’ve already said on a community blog. Thoughts? (Sorry @Nagalim if this seems like i’m trying to take your thunder away. I really love your reddit initiative and I think it’s something the community should support and expand so that’s why I’m making this post)