Reading this blog post:
Tell us what your community is about in one brief sentence!
So what's our one-liner?
Inspired by zaq's work on an ad idea, and some of the ideas here:
Ask Jewish. Answer Jewish. Learn with the crowd.
Jewish questions. Jewish answers. Learning with the crowd.
Jewish questions. Jewish answers. Learn with the crowd.
Here are some ideas to get the juices flowing. I wouldn't choose any of these as a final choice.
Judaism.SE gives you the chance to share your curiosity and knowledge about all things Jewish with a crowd of other sharers. At the same time, you get to help enrich the Internet with a repository of Jewish information expressed in the language of people who want to know it.
This is from early promotional writing I did for mi.yodeya. Pretty dry and long-winded.
An "Ask the Rabbi" site without the rabbi.
I realize there are unfortunate potential implications in this one.
Who knows Judaism? The crowd at Judaism.SE knows Judaism.
Of course, this one works much better with "mi.yodeya.com."
Ask two Jews, get three opinions, whenever you're ready.
The ultimate back-of-the-shul kibitz-fest.
"Ibaya Lehu" for large values of "hu"
Only works for people familiar with Talmudic Aramaic. Actually, if this site was just targeted to such people, IbaeiLehu.com would be a cute name, albeit even harder on the spelling intuition.
Your giant, online beit midrash.
More respectful but more jargony than "back-of-the-shul."
Learn in public. Make a kiddush Hashem.