I'm not sure if this has been covered before, but I'm curious if there is any community manager or if this has been discussed.
The LinuxMCE.org frontpage is as good as dead, anyone keep an eye on the progress of LMCE is forced to read on the forums and even then it's not really clear what, if anything, is happening.
News stories on LMCE have dwindled to near nothing. I can't remember last time I saw LMCE mentioned on the frontpage of slashdot or linuxtoday.
Developers are attracted to projects that are active and that show progress, and at the moment there is no visible progress nor activity.
Even the two links the top of the page where i'm writing this (help wanted and roadmap) go to 404's!
My suggestion is (if any consensus at all can be achieved on this), appoint a community manager to; collect updates from developers and post them on the front page, make interviews with the developers and post them, collect information from the message boards and post them, write news pieces for news sites, organize testers and gather feedback for the developers, evangelize in general.
What do you think?