Just came in here to say that I really like your blog posts and the steady stream of video’s that are posted to YT.
I see there is also a Reddit channel, maybe not used anymore (watch out to not spread communication too thin, and having knowledge/comments everywhere).
Very happy to see that blog posts are not just on Medium but also on your own site. Note that there is a good chance that you can attach Discourse topics as comment section to each of the article and in this way make the comments part of forum discussion.
Really liked @kevin’s Graph Fundamentals series (note, part 4 on the blog has 3 broken links to previous articles), and how they addressed the pitfalls of the Semantic Web hype, which got me very enthusiastic at the time too. Recently I’ve been more involved on the Solid community forum and have the nagging feeling that the Solid Project Scope is a veiled attempt to reboot the semantic web with a this time even more innocuous-sounding project summary of “Switch between storage and apps while taking the data along” - precondition: semantic web. I can very well be wrong, though
So @kevin I really dig the ‘feet on the ground’ and reconsider linked data + OWL from there approach. Therefore a good follow-up to ‘Why graph will win’ imho would be a (maybe series of) ‘Best-practices of designing OWL-based schema’s’, which avoids the bad stuff. Might even be the start of a pattern library.
To my previous post where I outline my use case for TerminusDB I added some more info on why I find the combination of DDD with Linked Data so interesting. Might be something you also wish to explore.
As I said there I think the Fediverse is a good place to find contributors, and there are opportunities to make a great splash by targeting blog etc. content to the developer audience that resides there (innovative, practical hands-on types, FOSS-minded, alternative decentralized web fans).