I have a suggestion to create some more forum subcategories. The reason for adding more subcategories is basically to facilitate more community participation on the most important subjects. Some of these discussions might already be ongoing in the rocket chat but in imo a chat thread is really very unstructured and it is more or less impossible to get an overview of what has been discussed. So maybe this is also a suggestion to move more of the subject specific discussions (i.e. not the #general discussions) onto the forum.
Apart from creating additional subcategories I think it would be beneficial to structure the discussion a bit in these subcategories with additional subcategories so that eventually the forum will get a tree like structure. In these subcategories it would be really nice if the community/foundation could establish a list of hurdles that needs to be overcome before a specific future feature can continue development/research. Obviously we should avoid turning this into some reporting burden. But some short descriptions only of the most important/interesting subjects where the community could contribute with knowledge (or maybe reach out to people they know are knowledgeable on a specific subject). At the moment it seems a bit difficult to get an overview of where it is the most beneficial to direct your time as a community member when you have an hour or two to spare
For example I have a couple of topics that I find interesting and important which could maybe translate into the following subcategories.
Governance → Community engagement → Participation rewarding
thread 1: Is rewarding participation even possible without introducing attack vectors?
Governance → Automating SF/DSR changes
thread 1: A reliable DAIUSD price oracle
thread 2: Is automating changes even possible in MCD
Oracles → Oracle incentives → Decentralized oracle market
thread 1: Is it possible in a truly decentralized and secure manner
thread 2: Can we use external oracles as feeds
This is obviously just examples but hope that it illustrates where I am trying to get at. However discussions on community engagement seems pretty urgent imo.