A lot of other sites are using blog.site.stackexchange.com to create a blog on their topic with contributions from the community.
You can expect to find blog posts there related to us documenting our own efforts of running and scaling our network of websites — the same sort of stuff you’ve come to expect from the server category on this blog. We want to actively give back to the community by documenting everything we’re doing on the sysadmin front — both by discussing it on the blog, and asking (and answering!) relevant questions about it on Server Fault whenever possible.
However, since other sites are taking a different direction, I'd be interested if the SF community would like to:
- keep the blog the way it is so it sort of tells the story our site
- keep it pretty much the way it is with the occasional guest post
- see blog.sf become primarily a community blog
Now, if people would really like to see #3, that would come with the requirement that several top users are interested in writing posts, taking the time review each others posts etc. For more on what would be involved see Rebecca's post.