I was just looking at the Mozilla homepage, and I discovered their status updates
page. It's great! They announce current releases, fixes of prominent bugs, new and planned features, important anniversaries related to the project.... Each announcement includes links to related information and documents. And they do it once a week! They even have links to 3rd-party status reports.
I'd like to see a similar thing in PostNuke. The community appears to be very large, with lots of things being developed simultaneously. Why not devote a page or two at PostNuke.com to informing the community of what's going on? Maybe call it "pnStatus". The focus could be on the core, but could even have news from significant 3rd-party development efforts.
I looked around at PostNuke.com, but I couldn't find anything like it. development.postnuke.com looks dormant; the last news posting is from July. And several of the links in the header are broken. Sure, there are forums, but I don't want to spend the time weeding through all of them to find out what's happening, with no guarantee that I'll find anything meaningful. With a "pnStatus" page, any newsworthy items would be together in a convenient easy-to-read format.
What say ye? How about it?