Proposal to launch a community website
As I said in #9 about licensing, I am strongly in favor of this to be an open, free software community or movement.
From what I have observed, experienced and posted about, Solid does not have a real community yet. In my opinion it has a solidproject.org website with a forum, and that's it.
The solidproject.org website is clearly also not a community website. I could provide my reasoning for that, if that is needed, but leave that open for now. All in all to me Solid Project has the look and feel of an 'open core' ecosystem being developed, i.e. business entitities developing their flagship products and killer apps, and a base of enthusiasts help them with feedback while they build their own pet projects.
I don't know if that was already the intention, but these arguments lead me to the proposal to have this not only be a community pod server, but the place where there is a true community website. One published from a static site generator and that has its markdown content be editable from a git repo by anyone via PR's.
Setting this up, with the clear separation of concerns that that creates, is imho a win-win situation for both the free software community as a whole, and the commercial side of the equation that want to see the widespread adoption of the standards upon which their products thrive.