Note from Bil: I've bumped this back up to the top to continue the conversation. There've been quite a few good critiques/suggestions on how/what Bilerico has morphed into in it's current iteration over the past few years. Tell us how you see the site and our contributors and community.
We're about a week away from re-launching the site with our new design. All the folks that volunteered to help do bug checks and tweaks will be working their butts off this week!
I'm working on a project right now that could use some assistance from Projectors. When you think of Bilerico, what do you think of? Is there a general vibe you get from the site? Were there any big stories that have helped define us? Any events in your interactions with us?
Who do you think of? Don't just limit yourself to editors or contributors, but there's several folks from the comments section who've been here longer than a lot of contributors. They are "Bilerico" too.
We're ditching the "Daily Experiments in LGBTQ" tagline for this iteration. I suggested replacing with "Goring Sacred Cows Since 2004" but Jerame and Alex insisted that it was too negative for a prominent theme and we compromised on "Queering Conventional Wisdom Since 2004." It doesn't have quite the same ring to it though and I thought maybe y'all would like to chip in on this one.
What tagline would you give to our motley group of scribes and scribblers? How does it describe the Bilerico vibe as you feel it? (img src)