I’m not equating “community” with website; I’m equating “community” with a “group of people sharing common interests and bonds doing something together,” and pointed to that one simply to make the point that there are already existing groups learning about Dylan, and learning how to join existing communities is a key skill for network learners, IMO. Further, many of these pre-existing communities (whether they be in music, gaming, software development) do a wonderful job of welcoming in newcomers and pointing them towards some well worn paths (cf beginner question forums, FAQs, sticky posts, on and on) without having to dopt some cohort-based approach.

By all means, don’t let me stop you. It just struck me as quite an odd proposal given the nature and need of what you were learning, to start adopting rather ‘formal’ structures. But fill yer boots.