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  • Right now we don't have a good way of identifying people who would help build a new community, so let's do this: if you are interested in helping to build a math site, please leave a comment describing your level of interest (casual visitor, enthusiast, expert in this subtopic within the site's scope, something else?). I'll edit them into the post later.
  • Interest expressed so far:
  • - I’d be happy to do what I can to launch a community. I’m a 13k rep on m.se an 1k on MO. I might categorize myself as somewhere between enthusiast and expert (my background is in algebraic topology and category theory but for the most part I’ve been more comfortable answering collegiate level questions — [ziggurism](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53204)
  • - I would participate casually, both asking and answering (my degree is in math) but not often. — [msh210](https://meta.codidact.com/users/8106)
  • - I'd be somewhere in between casual user and enthusiast, tending more towards the former. — [user53100](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53100)
  • - I'd be interested in participating as well. — [DonielF](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53011)
  • - I'd be interested in participating aswell, however my knowledge is primarily limited to probability and statistics. — [Zerotime](https://meta.codidact.com/users/36381)
  • - As I commented on the earlier post, I'd be interested in participating. My main interest is enumerative combinatorics, although since one of my main replacements for SE as a source of intellectual stimulation was ProjectEuler I've also been learning a lot of number theory this year. — [Peter Taylor](https://meta.codidact.com/users/36356)
  • - I would participate. I'd probably describe myself as an enthusiast. I'm an undergraduate senior Math and Physics major, so I would enjoy answering undergraduate questions, but I couldn't do much beyond that. If the community were extended to include applications of mathematics, I could also answer questions about the mathematics of physics. — [JoshuaTS](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53263)
  • - I am an active SE user (20K on MathOverflow and moderator on CSTheory) but I think having alternatives is good. I would like to contribute here. [Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53266)
  • - I'd love joining if you create it. I'm a casual visitor as per your scale. — [8063♦](https://meta.codidact.com/users/8063)
  • - I was (am) a 20K+ user on Math.SE. My main focuses are logic, type theory, and category theory, but I could and would be open to contributing answers to a broad range of topics. — [Derek Elkins](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53398)
  • Right now we don't have a good way of identifying people who would help build a new community, so let's do this: if you are interested in helping to build a math site, please leave a comment describing your level of interest (casual visitor, enthusiast, expert in this subtopic within the site's scope, something else?). I'll edit them into the post later.
  • Interest expressed so far:
  • - I’d be happy to do what I can to launch a community. I’m a 13k rep on m.se an 1k on MO. I might categorize myself as somewhere between enthusiast and expert (my background is in algebraic topology and category theory but for the most part I’ve been more comfortable answering collegiate level questions — [ziggurism](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53204)
  • - I would participate casually, both asking and answering (my degree is in math) but not often. — [msh210](https://meta.codidact.com/users/8106)
  • - I'd be somewhere in between casual user and enthusiast, tending more towards the former. — [user53100](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53100)
  • - I'd be interested in participating as well. — [DonielF](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53011)
  • - I'd be interested in participating aswell, however my knowledge is primarily limited to probability and statistics. — [Zerotime](https://meta.codidact.com/users/36381)
  • - As I commented on the earlier post, I'd be interested in participating. My main interest is enumerative combinatorics, although since one of my main replacements for SE as a source of intellectual stimulation was ProjectEuler I've also been learning a lot of number theory this year. — [Peter Taylor](https://meta.codidact.com/users/36356)
  • - I would participate. I'd probably describe myself as an enthusiast. I'm an undergraduate senior Math and Physics major, so I would enjoy answering undergraduate questions, but I couldn't do much beyond that. If the community were extended to include applications of mathematics, I could also answer questions about the mathematics of physics. — [JoshuaTS](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53263)
  • - I am an active SE user (20K on MathOverflow and moderator on CSTheory) but I think having alternatives is good. I would like to contribute here. [Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen](https://meta.codidact.com/users/53266)

Suggested almost 4 years ago by Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen‭