We recently posted a [possible seasteading timeline](http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dck5q6sr_11fcftn966) and [asked for feedback](http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dck5q6sr_11fcftn966) on it. At some point, we intend to create a timeline reflecting a more optimistic scenario, showing how quickly seasteading might grow if circumstances line up extremely well.
The [TSI website](http://www.seasteading.org/) is a cornerstone of our strategy to grow the seasteading movement over the next several years. It is one of our primary ways of communicating our message to people unfamiliar with seasteading, and it serves as a community hub for enthusiasts active in the seasteading movement. There’s a lot of software development and maintenance involved in making it the most effective community-building tool possible.
We’re looking for a volunteer to manage our website development team.
I just wanted to share a recent email from James, our Director of Operations and Volunteer Coordinator, to current volunteers:
> Hello TSI volunteers,
> I’d like to give you a quick heads up about the progress of our volunteer program. This past week has been phenomenal — between our recent press coverage in Wired and CNET, and our networking at the BIL conference, we’ve doubled the size of our active volunteer team from about 10-20 people.
James Hogan, our new volunteer coordinator, reports:
Our volunteering page has been updated with a revised list of volunteer opportunities. If you’re passionate about our mission, there are lots of ways to help out! Whatever your expertise or interests, chances are very good that you can contribute. A very wide variety of skill sets are needed — legal expertise, project management, software development, publicity, the list goes on and on.
If you have any questions about volunteering, you can always contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our conference this week and our upcoming monthly meetups are also great places to find out how to get plugged in.
Many of you had indicated a willingness to volunteer on our old volunteering wiki page. Thanks very much for your interest. We’ve just had a new volunteer coordinator start working with us to sort through all of the requests, and we will be getting back to all of you in the next couple of weeks.
Also, in case you missed it in the snippets, we’ve started an email list for volunteers, where we’ll send special requests and occasional notifications when the list of roles has been updated. Sign up here.