Fair enough, though I disagree with the idea of using the discussion board as a repository of information.
This approach also has the advantage that different people can contribute their own thoughts and learnings around the concept.
Information on the discussion board is front-facing for some time, then basically dies. Yes, you can use the search to find it again, but that becomes less reliable as discussion of TAPs increases. It’s also antithetical to the whole idea behind TAP.
The wiki is better suited for acting as a repository of information.
LessWrong isn’t simply a discussion board. It’s a blog/discussion board hybrid. Various posts do get read long after they are written.
Posting here to give empirical evidence to this statement