Assalamu 'alaikum wa rahmatu Allah wa barakatuh.
We've had a discussion about having a community blog (and it's still open), a summary would be:
A community blog for Islam.SE is a blog written by the community of Islam.SE (us!) and talks about the topic of the site, i.e Islam, and the site itself, i.e Islam.SE
Our blog posts can be about multiple topics: Da'wah, Islamic Sciences (Tafeer, Hadith, Fiqh), Islamic Lifestyle, Islamic History, Dogma, about the the site and its community... etc.
Our blog posts can be at any level: Some posts can (should) be starter-level, some intermediate, and some high/advanced level, taking into consideration that the post level doesn't contradict the post correctness.
That was just a summary, you still can change/improve that by joining that discussion. What this meta post intends to do is to ask you for contribution!
How do I contribute?
By writing posts about the topics mentioned above. You can contribute as frequently as you want, i.e, you don't have to do it on a regular basis (although that would be nice), neither do you have to write too many posts, you can contribute with a post every, say, week, month, or maybe a two months. That's not a problem; we know: inspiration sometimes let's you down, and that's not a problem, you can contribute when your friendship with your inspiration gets better! In fact contributing to the site by asking and answering is the best way to get inspired.
I'm interested, what's next?
Great! Please vote up this post to show your approval, and if you can just add an answer telling that you are willing to contribute Insha'Allah, we need your answer to tell the SE moderation that we do have contributors to the blog we are asking them to give us. It would also be nice if you tell us what scopes you are interested in writing about, and how often you expect yourself to be contributing, but still you don't have to specify any of those.
Don't be afraid, take it somehow easy, we do not expect you to write professional posts, it's OK if you write "normal" posts, that's what we actually expect and build on.