@DeadPool communication is always an important aspect of any project.
The challenge is how to communicate effectively, without exhausting the time also needed to do the real tasks.
The 2 main channels for direct communication have been through reddit and reddcointalk.
In these people are able to post and respond as required. But having 2 forums hasnt been without its controversy with different users preferring one over the other. And to add, the bitcointalk thread (which was locked) would have been a 3rd. These make a nice open platform where others can read and contribute as they feel
Also, on both these (reddit/reddcointalk) I have tried to make myself as accessible as possible
Outside of these channels, we get into IRC, skype, slack, trello and numerous other forms of direct one on one, and group chat utilities.
Internally we have discussed (and maybe now is the time to raise the idea) of how to effectively communicate to the broader community.
We are an Open Source project, and there is always plenty to do, but we (core group) dont effectively communicate tasks that can be done.
The usual approach is to say “its freely available on github, so see for yourself” but this approach can be overwhelming to new people coming in. And it is not clearly obvious if there are no issues (which is the main method) documented
I do like the idea of using Trello or even Slack to be able to delegate or otherwise communicate to those who want to contribute
Maybe another thought is a dedicated channel here to list and create threads for activities that need doing, or ideas
I would certainly welcome your input also.
You mention about UI, and Redd-ID these are topics that could do with some community input and feedback