I'm looking for help.
The other night I stayed up and made this ---> philosophicaltheology.com. It was one of my goals for 2016 to start a blog where I could slowly transition from the classroom, to producing/contributing to a field. (What was I thinking?)
"The best of phil theo." (Getting overwhelmed is easy - we need help finding the best stuff to spend our energy reading, thinking through).
 Help "anyone" discover the best phil theo resources on topics.
 Inform people about what is currently going on in the field
 Produce visuals/aids/summaries/surveys on central topics/works.
 Blog once every two weeks.
 Offer rewards, incentives, fun stuff.
 Develop an operational work-flow to make this manageable.
 Help others meet their own goals with this site somehow
(a) A list of topics for 2016 that volunteer writers could pick from in advance and contribute to. ( "What is phil theo?" "Why phil theo matters?" are great places to start).
(b) Generous people to contribute blog posts on those topics above - especially people who like to help others learn.
(c) Must-read-this, type suggestions, for a "Practical Bibliography Project" - You've seen William Abrahams published Bibliography for Analytic Theo. I'd like to build something like that, online, that links out to philpapers or google scholar - and is actively updated (maybe even voted on). Rather than list everything it should list the classic stuff, the "must read" stuff. Tags like "Start Here, or Beginner/Advanced" and article voting, might make this more practical.
(d) Who's Who - list out people with solid reputations for work on certain topics (i.e. follow X if you want to know about divine causation)
(e) Friends who are interested in maybe helping out with something like this while it is new. Perhaps volunteering to keep up a section of the site or keep me up to speed on what is going on with a certain topic
DO YOU HAVE: Warnings? Suggestions? BETTER GOALS? Advice before I start?