Continuing the discussion from Feedback from newcomer: the site lacks human touch (like team info and photos):
Sort of, not really. We were just discussing in that other thread about how to bring up concrete examples within a clear framing to pump intuitions about what public goods are.
We had this idea from early on about creating area-specific messaging that would mention the status quo around public goods and club goods Snowdrift Wiki - Targeted Messaging. That never got fleshed out except for a couple starting areas. That would still be nice to have. Some of our writings mention specific examples (Open Street Map, Firefox, Wikipedia). One challenge is how complex it is to find cases of unambiguous, uncompromised public goods. Usually, public goods are compromised in various ways or else struggle badly enough that they don’t get really popular. The utterly most familiar ones we all use all the time are ones that are entirely outside of economics, e.g. the English language, and those are not a good reference for the projects that need our help.
It would be interesting to start putting together a practical list here. Some things will be familiar to different audiences…