I have been contemplating creating a central spot or content library index on Discourse for new and interested members wanting to learn more about Centrifuge.
The idea would be to list resources available in disparate parts of the Internet that cover Centrifuge as a project, with direct links to the content source (e.g. video, article) on the Discourse page. I know this might take a bit of effort to set up and a little maintenance work (e.g. ensure links are still valid) but I would be happy to create if there is interest and people see value in it.
To make things easier for users, I thought about adding to each resource link a “summary” of the content (i.e. type, topic, key points etc) so that people could find what they’re interested in. I realise people can search for things independently, but I see benefit in establishing a launch pad for diving into different content and hopefully reducing the time it takes to find what we’re looking for.
I’m currently putting together what I hope to be a foundational resource fo key centrifuge terms (a glossary of sorts) but also thought about this as another resource community members might benefit from.
Centrifuge is an exciting project but one that is not well known (maybe that won’t remain the case for long) - so facilitating the ability for members to accelerate their understanding of the project could only be advantageous in my opinion.
Any feedback or suggestions would be very welcome.