We have been hard at work improving DotNetKicks since taking it over last year. We improved the design, fixed dozens of outstanding bugs, added threading to comments, and recently totally rewrote the homepage. The new homepage is based on a new algorithm that will help new stories get to the front page early and keep the front page more fluid and interesting.
Now that we have reached many of our technical goals with the site we are ready to start promoting it more and working to make it the best place to find and discuss .NET news.
We are going to hire a community manager who will help us with these goals. To start with this will be a part-time position that includes helping to promote the site, encouraging good discussion and posting new links. Our ideal candidate will be someone who loves the site and wants to help make it better. You should be passionate about .NET and the .NET community and ready to take on this challenge.
If you are interested in applying shoot me an email at james at dotnetkicks.com.