- There is an "Archive of Informal Astronomy Communications" (name TBD);
- The Archive has an editor and board that is backed by astro libraries and the AAS or similar organizations,
- The Archive is fundamentally a Zenodo curated community,
- ADS agrees to index the resources of this Zenodo community,
- Astronomy blogs apply for affiliation with the Archive as authors (or use an arXiv-like endorsement model).
- The blogger posts an article as usual.
- Only if the blogger deems the post to be relevant to scholarly astronomy discourse do they intentionally submit their article to the Zenodo community (i.e., submission is not automatic so that a grad student who normally blogs astronomy research doesn't get that one blog post about a Taylor Swift concert indexed by ADS). This also implies that articles can be retroactively submitted.
- The submission consists of the post's content. There is no prescribed format, but it should be easily and openly readable, e.g., plaintext/markdown and images or an ipy
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