My irony bone has absolutely snapped in two over the last few days.
We have a company trying to monetize a system where they've spent tremendous resources assembling a huge community of experts to help those who are less expert solve problems they encounter. We've all learned that during this process, even the experts learn a great deal.
Most recently, considerable time and effort seems to have been dedicated to "improving" the community by minimizing the input of these experts.
So, in order to demonstrate just what possibilities are being passed on, I'd love to see a listing of ideas of how it can be done "better".
I'm not looking for solutions to problems (real or perceived). I'm looking for ideas for identifying and solving problems that might serve the community better than the Loop, and achieve the goals better.
I offer one humble suggestion below, but I am wholly convinced that the community can generate much better ideas.