We’ve discussed internally, and it’s great that you would like to share what you’ve learnt from other domains with fellow Hopscotchers. I can see you’re pretty excited to share However, this is the Hopscotch forum, and while there are spaces on the forum that allow broadening of knowledge and skills outside Hopscotch, it’s not the core focus of this forum. (There are other places in the general community and on the internet that are designed to focus on industry more broadly.)
You are welcome to make academies/schools in the Hopscotch Academy category #HA for a specific domain per topic (e.g. game design, UI/UX design) but the ones in there need to be more specifically about applying that knowledge in Hopscotch.
I know that domains can have a lot of overlap, but I’ve had some experience with a number of these, and these topics are probably too broad for a single topic. So one area of expertise per topic might be easier to help keep focus and explore in detail.
game/app programming, art, UX/UI design, 3D modeling
- How to make a real video game, book, music, brand, YouTube channel, etc.
- Discuss art hobbies that could turn into real jobs
- Every different artistic medium that I know which can be pursued later in life
(Some examples of other domains that have discussion here on the forum, and are in the context of Hopscotch, are Drawing with Hopscotch Topic 01 [OFFICIAL] (revised to be more focused on application in Hopscotch) and Serenity’s School of Music! )
- For things that are more fully outside of Hopscotch, I think it would be best to keep it to the Coding Gossips [OFFICIAL] topic and [OFFICIAL] Non-Hopscotch Open Source Code – Help and General Discussion topic (They seem to have been made with similar intentions — sharing experiences of using what you’ve learnt from Hopscotch and moving onto other domains)
These are existing avenues for sharing these types of knowledge and experiences. Would you like to try and see how it goes with using these avenues first? After trying these options, if you find it perhaps too limiting to fully be able to share what you’ve learnt, you are welcome to let us know, and we can discuss maybe having a more dedicated topic.