I would like to share with you an idea that I think new and could help organize users activity on your site; It helps a particular kind of posts: tutorials. It will also help learners seek information quickly.
Particularly in dev.to, I am seeing so much people taking the initiative to post tutorials, This is really great, even if some tutorials are for absolute beginners and in any topic.
I see a lot of tutorial posts with content and links to earlier posts in the series (I don't know how you call this feature here).
A potential contributor should have the possibility to feel the need for few particularities in his/her domain of interest. He/she then suggests an initial post asking for feedback of interests.
I think now you see how it goes... :) Other people subscribe to the topic/serie and can respond freely in comment section and explain what/how/why they are interested in.
The proposer then see if the community of designers likes (by votes) each proposition and can pick freely which sub-topic he/she can address, he/she then can take the responsibility of making a new "sub-topic" attached to the initial topic.
The community also can help the contributor, people who feel they master one sub-topic, if the proposer wants to, he can assign one sub-topic to another contributor.
I don't know how this is feasible technically in forem. But I believe it is easy to implement as a data model.
This is just an idea, sometimes we feel something is shiny and the next morning we find it is either dumb or unfeasible, So, I am just sharing it with you guys, you can roast it freely x)