Thank you for providing detailed feedback and outlining exactly what kind of developer education you’re looking for.
We understand that our community is very interested in educational resources which focuses on building a bot all the way from scratch, just like @Juste covered in the previous Masterclass series. Therefore, our Developer Relations team have been working on updating this series with the highest priority, and the great news is that the first episode is scheduled to release very soon over the next couple of weeks.
We are also presently reviewing and discussing the workshops/courses we provide and how we can improve them going forward. Additionally, also planning new content on Rasa X installation and deployment, we should have news on that in the not so distant future.
A small sidenote, but important to mention, the Discord server is currently a community run channel, and as we state in the #Rules on the server, any questions which cannot be answered by fellow community members, should be directed to the Rasa Community Forum. This is certainly the best place to ask your technical questions, always feel free to tag me here with any feedback on community or education related topics.
@nik202 I think your first comment is an unfair statement, members of our team are actively involved in our community forum, from answering multiple questions on a daily basis to helping to resolve technical blockers or iterating on new ideas. At the same time, they are working hard to improve Rasa Open Source for everyone. If our developers don’t respond right away, it’s probably because they are working on an open issue. That all being said, I am very aware and appreciate the support you share to our community here too. So that we don’t derail this topic, it would be great to have a more direct conversation with you on how we can improve the forum outside this thread. I will follow up with you via DM.