special interest subsites?
Some idea that came out of nowhere:
We could probably feed the content from articles and blog posts with selected tags into separate sites that are designed to look attractive to their audiences. For example we could have one about document preparation and office (LaTeX, Scribus, OOo), one about graphics design (Inkscape, GIMP), one about photography (gphoto frontends such as digiKam, again GIMP, Hugin), one about music production, one about video production, etc etc. Apart from copying content from nuxified, these would contain some links and information about the software discussed on them. Maybe they could have forums hosted on nuxified, too.
How does this help? Well... I think these will make a great first impression on people searching for info on a specific topic, much better than "just another forum about linux", and also these would do a good job at "selling" freedomware:
"look at all the cool stuff you can do with freedomware related to a topic you actually care about!. You like photography? Then here's all we know about photo management and editing, no need to search through lots of unrelated articles. You want to create a newsletter? Have a presentation? Write a report? Draw graphs? These are your options. You want to create neat graphics? Check out this software, and this..."
In other words, I think we should put attractive and audience-targeted wrappings around things we're writing about freedomware anyway, and at the same time let these subsite-wrappings inspire us to write more articles.
Another thing: think of the link exchange opportunities!
EDIT/clarification: for a better user experience, we could the original nuxified drupal installation manage these subsites. A different theme is possible on a separate page (eg nuxified.org/photofreak/ ), right?
EDIT/addition: we could add links to articles of friend sites (such as polishlinux) to have more content.