So, as you will know from the other thread, part of the ECF 2.0 process involves mass consolidation of forums (watch out for another thread on that shortly). One of the things that our monumental "node-list" does usefully provide is an anchor point for useful information. I've already had some complaints that helpful stickies have been removed. I promise not to do any more of that until we have a replacement method for providing this information. So, what might that method be? Well, I have found it. I'm going to set up an articles system in the next few days - this system will allow us to "promote" content into a navigable archive. But, boy, this is going to be a BIG job. Thankfully, it's not a job that needs to be done immediately. To be clear, I'm not yet sure of the exact form this will take, what categories and so forth - but I do think we can create the most authoritative knowledgebase on the planet. So, who's up for this? Sound like a good idea? I should add - there's all kinds of very, very cool stuff we can do to ensure that informaiton we put in this system gets widely seen using some contextual tricks I've been learning over the last few weeks. So, for instance, say we have an article on DIY liquid recipes - if someone's browsing a thread which contains discussion of DIY recipes, we can show a link to the DIY article in the sidebar or even in the thread itself. Sound pretty cool? I think so - but I can't do this alone, this is definitely something that requires ECF member editors. Anyway, this is the start of a discussion - I'd like to hear what people think about this, and if anyone's interested in participating please do send me a private message.