I've been thinking since the IOTA slack has been growing exponentially over the last week or two (and ongoing), there has been a lot of noise in the Slack channels, and lots of valuable discussions and inquires have been drowned out by whatever shenanigans that goes on on Slack. Today/Yesterday's Reddit AMA show that while it's excellent that there's a ton of interests in the IOTA endeavor, there's still a lot of information asymmetry or misinformation going around. That's understandable as IOTA, still a very nascent technology, has a very steep learning curve of people to get up to speed to.
So I'm thinking about every two weeks sometimes in the weekend, we can have a public IOTA Town Hall taken on some online video chat meeting room (i.e. Skype, Google Hangout, Talky.io, others). Anyone interested, has any IOTA question he/she want to get addressed, or has something else IOTA-related to contribute is absolutely welcome to join, regardless of the knowledge level. This meeting can be recorded and posted on Youtube for those who can't attend can see. Hopefully, these town halls meeting can flush out many of the questions (FAQs or not) people about IOTA (or at least convincing them it's not a get-rich-quick scam), and get everyone up-to-speed about IOTA's latest status. Also a good way to further promote IOTA. We can adjust the frequency of these town halls (i.e. weekly/monthly) depending on the demand.
Anyone else interested in help organizing? If you think this is a good idea ofc.