I’ve created a google sheet designed to conserve and monitor community knowledge.
The document is available to view here and was opened under a community google account (to be handed over at some point).
I’ve seen invaluable posts on the forum, raising important, actionable concerns for and by the community.
The difference between these discussions becoming just some more searchable text on the internet, to them becoming a part of a “community work-plan”, is knowledge retention and evolution.
The sheet aims to organize community concerns, issues, and discussions by indexing & tagging relevant posts. The criteria to index a post should be as follows -
- Should the community jointly participate in this issue?
- Does this issue raise an important discussion for the community to have?
- Can we do something impactful about it?
Try and be sensible.
I invite all and any active and responsible members of the forum to write me privately for an editing link to this document and become moderators of our budding knowledge base.
I will comment here once I’ve indexed some posts, all help welcome in populating this document.
Obviously there is some redundancy and duplication of effort here (manual tagging sux ik) but I think this flimsy sheet could allow us to collaborate, communicate, and maybe even organize teams to address community concerns.
Document details in 1st comment.