Something along the lines of Seablog or Wellblogs, with latest posts might be a good project also. But what I sought this topic out for was to mention a wiki link, like 'Dev Wiki' next to 'Dev Blog' in the navigation. The wiki is far more useful with more being aware of, and using it.
Coincidence that "I finally found the WIKI page" was in the last post when I arrived.
Argh Note: what is it about this forum that causes an impatient couple of clicks to correct a typo to delete several lines of type instead? I think this has happened before in these screens in my few entry attempts. I hope the WP comments form doesn't have the same trait.
Anyway, to try and repeat ... one of the things that was unencouraging about the Nucleus blog user sites list was that it showed other and migrated platforms, and off topic sites. Showing a list requires a commitment to keep it updated since if neglected, it can suggest people leaving the platform and a lack of 'dev interest' by the site operators. A text link in the home page copy to the User sites in the wiki might be a way to simply promote both the sites and the wiki in a few words, and the lists more up to date because of the wiki tending.