Now that there is a blog started, a key question is getting some feedback. I've written both the 'hello world' post and something a bit more substantial. What to write for the blog depends on the community as a whole. So feedback on the content would be great. I guess one answer per feedback 'concept' would be best.
i've finally unearthed my bibliography of items on "mathematical typography". i seem to remember that i once made a rash promise to post it as a blog entry when i found it. (it's certainly not appropriate even for the answer to a regular question.)
what i need now is a lesson on how to format it -- same markup as used for the q&a, or something else? -- and assistance in actually getting it posted, with the ability to edit it (e.g., add or change items) as i come across new material.
any support for doing this, or objections? any volunteers for checking the content before it's ready to "go live"?
I know that an "official" link has to wait for the "official" launch of the blog, but it does seem a bit daft that there are no links from the main site. I seem to recall that it is possible for a moderator to put a banner up on the main site for a couple of days. Maybe it would be worth doing that; perhaps after a couple of posts have gone up.