This forum has been online for a while but I haven’t had as much to help build a forum that is worth everyone’s time to contribute and learn from. So, I would like to kick off some changes to help make this forum a place where each of you come every day to expand, grow, and further the art and science of community leadership.
To get started, here is a short survey that will be helpful in ensuring this forum is as useful as possible. Please be sure to answer all the questions if possible. Thanks!
Part 1. About you
I am a:
- Professional Community Leader
- Hobbyist Community Leader
- Community Member
What types of community are you a member/leader of?
- Technology: Software
- Technology: Hardware
- Social Impact
Which devices are you going to use this forum on?
- Other (please specify)
Would you be interested (and have the time) to be a forum moderator?
How do you prefer to log into websites?
- Username/password on the service
- With my Google account
- With my Twitter account
- With my GitHub account
- With my Yahoo! account
Part 1. Your interests
What kind of content/discussions are you most interested in?
- Asking questions and getting help
- Sharing and discussing ideas
- Learning new technologies
- Hearing cool communities examples/stories
- Something else (please post as a comment)
Which community topics are of most interest to you?
- Governance and Leadership
- Metrics and Measuring
- Event Operations and Management
- Software / Code Collaboration
- Content Creation (e.g. Blogging, Podcasts, Video etc)
- Diversity and Building Inclusive Communities
- Tooling and Infrastructure
- Social Media
- Balancing Community/Commercial Interests
- Communication Tools and Methodologies
- Documentation and Help
- Conflict Resolution
- Open Source and Compliance
- Growing Community Participation
Which technologies are of most interest to you?
- Real Time Discussion (e.g. Slack, IRC)
- Non-Real Time Discussion (e.g. Forums, Mailing Lists)
- Code Collaboration (e.g. GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket)
- Project Management (e.g. Trello, ZenHub)
- Collaborative Documentation / Wikis (e.g. MediaWiki, DokuWiki)
- Programming (e.g. Ruby, Python, C)
- Video Production and Distribution (e.g. YouTube, Vimeo, Hangouts)
- Audio Production and Distribution (e.g. SoundCloud)
- Social Media (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, TweetDeck, HootSuite)
- Event Management (e.g. meetup.com)
- Analytics (e.g. Google Analytics)
- Online Publishing and Web (e.g. Wordpress, Blogger, Drupal)
- Continuous Integration (e.g. Jenkins)