So if you look at the "OP blog":http://blog.obsidianportal.com/ you will see that we are actively posting new content and are getting great feedback on our phenomenal once-a-quarter blog posts.
As far as I can, I would like the many projects in OP to be a community-led. OP itself will create a sandbox environment, giving the right tools, frameworks for intiatives like the campaign of the month/year (COTM/COTY), DST (dynamic stylesheet templates) and more creative uses of campaign tracking tools like the wiki to continue to evolve based on what you need and how we can best help you to get that done.
So, with the blog, I think that it's boring to see "technical updates" being posted there when you can read them in the forum.
From the perspective of an OP user, stuff that I would find useful and might want to read on a blog or website might be stuff along the lines of:
1) Expanded rules or variants or unique race/class/unit types for a game system that I'm playing
2) Tips for creating better gaming environments if you're face-to-face, or playing over the net
3) How to set up your first ventrillo-powered or google hangouts gaming session.
4) Interviews with COTM/COTY winners, with a game designer, game industry insider
5) News about new products, expansion sets, rulebooks being developed/launched
6) opinion/analysis pieces of new rules affecting their campaigns (it will help if the piece isn't libellious and stays away from personal namecalling (the bad kind))
So I'm making an open offer for any OP member to join the blogging team as an author.
You are welcome to link to your OP profile, campaign. There will be editorial review by myself or someone on OP's staff to make sure we won't have potential legal issues, and content meets a set of baseline editorial guidelines (ie: no profanity, NSFW stuff, er, other stuff that will get me fired).
We'll probably need to brainstorm a little on this and figure out the who, what, when, where, why and how.
Heck, I would even like to see some fan fiction being posted on the blog for those more creatively-inclined (eh, but no harry potter - draco malfoy gay makeout pr0n please. I can give you some tips on taking it further with kindle publishing if you'd like to pursue that further).
Interested in getting involved with the blog?
Have a question? (before you ask: We'll probably break your 10,000-word Raistlin/Caramon epic into 20+ blog posts)