This is a bad ass project. And yes that is the citadels library from GoT Good eye.
As a long time reddit user, recently switched Voat user, and now Steemit user I really look forward to seeing what comes of this community.
What has held me back so far is my lack of motivation to search for all the how to's and steem resources in existence. So I am making this post to create a list of resources for all newbies (myself included) to browse through to figure out what steem has already, and what steem should have (recommendations for future development).
So, if you have resources, links, tips, or what have you, post a reply to this with said info, and I will keep a master list updated in this post. The higher we keep the post voted the easier it will be to locate and get more participation.
If this becomes popular and we need a better solution to organize the resources, I will create a Wikiversity course for Steemit - to include Best Practices, user guides, tutorials and FAQs.
It would be great to learn the in's and out's of this platform and pass along that info to help build the community and leverage its true potential.
Thanks Much for your time and consideration!
Edit: The repository is growing fast! Thanks to everyone that has contributed, this is going to be a great resource for new users
The resources below are organized under specific sections to help with navigation for select topics. The catagories are in this order.
- Getting started
- User Guide & Account Security
- Release Notes
- Heros of SteemIt - Who to Follow
- Getting Started with Steemit - Tips, Best Practices for voting and growing followers
- Steemit User Guides - Using functionality and securing your Steemit Account
- New Steemit Functionality Releases by date
- Steem Procurement - Depositing, Trading & Withdrawing Funds
- Steem Mining & Technicals
- FAQ and Answers for New Steemit Users