We add UI to participant profiles to capture "communities." This is basically tagging, with an optional link associated with each tag. So I might tag myself with ("php", "http://www.php.net") to say that I'm part of the PHP community. It's up to the communities, then, to decide what tag and URL they're going to use.
Then we have a page at /for/php/ that is autogenerated based on the community's self-tagging. We display the top N links associated with the community, as well as thing like givers, receivers, funds (#449), and random participants.
This could be gamed by creating a bunch of fake accounts. When that happens we'll start to weight by factors such as accounts connected, dollars given/received, etc.
Maybe eventually we start verifying communities and adding logos to them (what are the security implications of loading a foreign image into our website? can we make logo selection decentralized as well?).
Hey @clone1018, what's your take on this? Would this give you a good baseline to go out and start evangelizing?
Rough it in! Here's community pages. #496
Deployed! Time to reticket. :)