Thank you for these links. This is very helpful to get acclimated.
I had a chat with the inrupt team and agreed to focus on releasing the new material before opening yet another tool. Open to feedback after the new release too if there is an element in particular that you see is missing. Want to make sure that the material is top quality and open to edit without spreading ourselves too thin over yet another tool without a clear communication goal.
As a word crafter and visual communicator, I completely agree. I can see the potential of this community growing too complex too quickly regarding the technical aspects … as much as you can keep an elegant and clear interface in your goals, I know I would appreciate such an environment being non-tech (or maybe neo-tech).