The proposition of a blog has been raised before, but I'd like to start planning it if the community would like to work on it. It seems like there is some demand for, at the very least, a project blog, so I'd like to leave it up to the community to determine whether this is feasible.
Here's what we need for this to happen:
Obviously, we need to highlight projects because people in the community have asked for a place to do this. Is there anything else we'd like the blog to include?
We need some people committed to writing and some people committed to editing. The people in charge will ideally be regular users from the community instead of moderators (though obviously you'll have moderator support where possible). If you're interested, we need to know how often you're willing to post and if you're willing to put time into research.
We also have to decide how often we'll post. We probably need to stick to a specific schedule, which may be hard based on frequency of projects. If there is a post once a month will it be a round up of projects or highlight one specifically and clearly? If we post every two weeks?
How will we plan blog posts? First, we will start a project specific chat room (which we may do now anyway). We'll schedule events so contributors and people working on projects can talk and figure things out.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, leave an answer to this. If you're interested in this sort of thing happening in general, upvote the question and upvote suggestions and feedback you like.