We develop the Internet Health Report through an open process that involves input from hundreds of people around the world whose interests and work spans many different fields and who have diverse research interests. We welcome and encourage the input of ideas and topics from everyone, and then work with a smaller number of contributors (around 200) on the actual production of reports.
Stay tuned to our blog and email list: We'll be seeking your input again in the second half of 2020.
- Once a year we launch an online public call for ideas. Our very first crowdsourcing process was in 2017 when we asked: "How would you measure the health of the Internet?"
- We (and our community members) also regularly speak at conferences and organize workshops around the world, gathering feedback and ideas on how to improve internet health.
Want to share an idea with us right now? Contact us at email@example.com