As discussed before, we would like to have our own blog. The StackExchange community team will probably be nice enough to create one for us - if we commit ourselves to creating good content in a reasonable rhythm. This question is for the people who want to participate as authors.
An author should either come up with own ideas for a post, or pick one of the commonly proposed ideas, and create a post based on it. I am aware that we all have jobs and lives outside of cooking and the StackExchange network, so we can't have too rigorous a schedule for writing. But we still have to be able to make some kind of plan, and keep the blog more or less regular. So, I will ask you to also indicate the average frequency (in weeks or months) in which you think you can write a post.
It is clear that some of us will be willing to write more frequently than others; this isn't a bad thing. We need every post we can get, to avoid the blog dying due to lack of content. Even if you can only write one post a year, I would prefer you to indicate it here, instead of thinking that it is so little that it isn't worth it. We, the community, can profit from your experience, even if you don't have the time to write more.
There is no firm schedule for the blog yet. But we have discussed in chat a schedule of one post every two weeks, and if we get more material, we can use it for specials in between. This way, even the most frequent contributors won't need to write more than once every few weeks. If we can get enough people committed, we should be able to accommodate more and less frequent writers without a problem.
If you have ideas for a special topic or format you want to write, you can indicate it in your answer. (For example, a professional can promise us to deliver a series of "insider" stories from a restaurant kitchen). But this is not mandatory, if you can't think of such a thing, just leave your name and the projected frequency. If you want to write, but can't come up with topics, take a look at the current post ideas as well as the scope definition. Or come into the Frying Pan to discuss further ideas. Everybody is welcome!
UPDATE If you are a new contributor, you need an account for writing posts. To get an account, 1) post here what you are working on and 2) contact the blog admins at email@example.com to get an invitation. Please provide an e-mail address to which your account will be registered, and your cooking.stackexchange account name.