The overall structure of the site is now up, There are two major sections: the sketch of the pattern language itself and the resources (such as various advice and handouts) that define (and sometimes compare) research methods. These are in the menu, along with a place to put the papers from which we draw examples and a couple of administrative things.
The patterns are represented by tokens at this point, in order to get a rough sketch of the language in hand. The next order of business is to extract patterns from a set of related papers.
This post is actually a couple of weeks late. The basic site was released to a few potential collaborators on June 1, but it took a few days before I realized that the blog would be a good way to announce changes (and help people figure out what’s new).