I think we can all agree that English-language socionics literature has become very stagnate. English socionics sites either aren't updated very often or just aren't helpful. Even WikiSocion has succumbed to stasis. Occasionally, people post thought-provoking articles on forums (like this one), but they eventually fade into the enormous void of dead threads and buried posts.
That's why I think we should start some sort of online socionics publication. On a practical level, we could publish different people's experiences of types, functions, relationships, and real-life situations relevant to socionics. We would develop a deeper understanding of how socionics manifests itself in daily life. We could even hash it out over whether to have a section on VI.
On a more theoretical level, a publication like this would let us create a more dynamic, focused discussion. In the long term, we could work towards developing socionics as a more coherent, defined, powerful system of understanding human relations.
Finally, this would be a great place for people to publish all the awesome ideas they have that are swallowed by forums and subsequently forgotten. The scattered nature of internet forums and the English-speaking socionics community in general prevents us from realizing the potential of some of the sharpest insights into socionics.
Something like this could enable the English-speaking socionics community to create a new level of engaging discussion, practical understanding, and theoretical rigor. What are your thoughts on this?