What follows are some of my ideas on what kind of frame of mind is required to successfully manage an online community. I believe that the more closely a team sticks to these principles, the easier they will find their job to be. Each bullet point could easily deserve a full discussion of what it implies and how to embody the ideal it sets forth, and perhaps I will deep-dive into some of them at a later date.
Creating a human-readable RNG seed generator has been an extremely interesting experience. It would be easy enough to just use a random 64-bit integer value for a whopping 264 (≈18.45 quintillion) possible seeds, but I just think there's something special and more imaginative about using language to represent seed values any time you intend to expose the seed system to players. However, coming up with something that even approaches that many meaningful arrangements of language components presents a bit of a challenge.
In my investigations on the state of Fediverse services, I happened across an interesting little individual ActivityPub server called Ktistec. I already run my own Mastodon instance for myself and some friends, but I couldn't resist setting it up to see if it might serve as a better home for long-form posts or any other kind of content I might want to document for myself.