I read a lot about successful stories about companies and side projects. So, it got me thinking....There is a lot of talent on IH, this is a great community. What if we pooled our minds together and built like a "super side project". Here is what is in my head to (maybe) illustrate what I mean.
Give the project a name "the iH effect"
Pool our ideas together, vote on one to work on, work on it for 30-60 days, document everything, etc.
build a website only accessible to IndieHackers
We have a public feed of things we are working, tasks, etc for IH to see
Have different dashboards like revenue, advertising channels, other metrics etc
every week, we host a live podcast/webinar and talk about success, progress, ideas for the week. Open the broadcast for live Q&A
I'm a Product/Sales Pro. I can talk tech with CTOs all day but I can't code. I can biz dev just about anything. I have sold to F100 companies like AT&T, Dyson, Coke, etc. I can leverage connections, I'm insanely productive, I can contribute funds where needed, etc.
My point is, I believe theres enough talent that if we pooled our resources and committed to a "super side project" it would provide a lot of valuable insight into what it's like to start from Day Zero to launch and post launch.
IMO, it's PR worthy if something sticks, PH worthy, it can spark new side projects, inspire the community, etc.
I'm just rambling now, but you get the point.
Would anyone else be interested in reading/following a journey like this from day zero? (or is it just me)
Thoughts? Negative/Postive/Weird or Awkard are welcome