Hei Iris, great! If trustinplay.eu will be the “window facade” into Discourse, I can see how a very simple landing page should be enough, to avoid maintenance and updating tedious work.
Here are examples of how one of our collaborators does it: the latest find is that we can now connect the landing page to Discourse automatically - In fact, most of the text on the websites is from the platform (you put all the copy/texts in unlisted topics, and it automatically takes from it through APIs or a script built for those purposes).
The idea which I very much support is to have a simple 1 pager site, linking to our workspace and the students profiles - that way every person and their work are directly reachable
What the sites are missing is a view of blogs (more editorialized game related content) which can also be developed. If you have questions, he’s @owen on edgeryders.eu and interestingly, he lives in Athens :-)) hope this helps?
https://participio.netlify.com/ - for showing community profiles there!
https://blivande-site.herokuapp.com/ - for clean layout
http://openvillage.edgeryders.eu/ - for a community program similar to trust in play: where we were offering all sorts of perks and we needed to be clear as to what the invitation to participants was.
http://academy.edgeryders.eu/ - for the Edgeryders Academy - where we would advertise the webinars. See teaser trailers as a good idea!