The blog has stalled. Do we think it's worth keeping it going, or should we say au revoir and c'est la vie?
After my earlier neglect I did ask everyone that had expressed interest in writing or had received grants whether they would write something, offered to help, and so on. Brett has continued using it as a grant motivator as well.
I wrote some posts myself to have some new content at a regular interval, but I've stopped (other than an election notice) because there's no point having it if it's just me writing (I can write elsewhere if I want to) - it's the community, not just one user.
I don't know where to go from here. Nag more? You're meant to want to write, not be pressured into it. Bribe more? Same here. Make it easier to contribute? How? Say "the end"?
The site is considerably busier than it was when we started the blog, we're no longer in beta, we have a very active meta, I gather that there's a fairly active chat room, the quality of writing in questions and answers seems pretty good, so in theory it looks like the blog is viable. In practice, I don't know that it is.