When I get started with a new app I have a lot of questions and learn a lot of new details. After this process is started I often think that it might have been helpful to others if I had created a blog to document my exeriences and impressions. Then other newcomers could look at the notes and sort of learn as I have learned. We have all benefit from other blogs and this is a way to pay-back / pay-forward in gratitude for the software and information that we get from others. Quick examples: My interest in ISPConfig began when researching alternatives to Zimbra. That led to Mail In a Box, Modoboa, here, and few other places. I was compelled to look further when I found that (of course) ISPConfig isn't "just" an environment for maintaining an email server - but it has many more valuable features. I immediately found the community here to be cordial and helpful. With ISPConfig forums hosted at HowToForge it's apparent that a lot of diversity is present here in the membership. After installing I started looking at API docs. I cloned the Git repo for ISPConfig to start looking at code, and added the API-docs to my site for easy viewing. Then I realized I had not setup my firewall to prevent access to the app login ... I don't even want people to see it. Every FOSS package starts with an experience like this. Sometimes there are mistakes and tragedies, reinstallations, and revelations the result in a completely new way to look at how things are done. Maybe blogging will help someone else to avoid wasted time. Maybe I'll save some time if someone sees that I'm doing something stupid and they comment on a post. So... is there room in this community for a new blog? I mean, anyone can easily say, "sure, do whatever the hell you want". But unless there is an actual positive interest I won't bother. To be clear, I'm not an ISP. I'm a guy with a bunch of private sites and right now I'm just focused on email and system monitoring. Over time my use of the software might expand, maybe as I support more sites for other people and clients. I dunno. We'll see. And more importantly, are there other current, independent blogs that focus on ISPConfig? https://www.ispconfig.org/blog/ is more like an announcement platform, which is fine for what it is. I've only found one other blog and it's very old. Where is everyone hiding? Thanks for your comments and hopefully your interest.