I think with the help of community and a specific tooling, a section with links toward blog post can be maintained up to date, all the more is RStudio team member are involved.
With all the work you promote toward learning experience, blogging, sharing, and making website, it has developed awesome content on the web about use-case with tidyverse . Sometime I feel that some blogposts are as useful as a good vignette and it is very pleasant to see some usage of a when you want to learn one. Moreover, there are some content which deals with kind of hidden functionalities or just unknown functions that are not all explained in the documentation. For example,
purrr is a real toolbox where
map is well known, sometime
map_dfc not so much and
My idea is to try to make easy to find example content with tidyverse, with the ability for search by tidyverse packages. There already blog aggregators but they are sometimes to wide in topics and do not point enough to their source. Above all, I find it hard to search for a good example in a blogpost on a package. Currently, I often search into my saved list (with pocket, or likes on twitter) and for the tidyverse, I even google something adding @mara twitter handle (
@dataandme) because I know the content will be blog post about
#rstats. Recently, I tried to follow her step and retweet some content but focusing on saying which package it is a good example for. like this:
I use name of package and emoji to be able to find them more easily later with twitter API. I find it more useful if we can add somewhere the links with title, short description and tags. Not already found time to begin but still in my head.