Hello everyone at ATT!
I just wanted to bring this thread up again as we near our codex release. I'm hoping we can use this thread to ear mark various threads that we've been developing over the past months to help keep track of topics we've started to talk about, and others we might need to start talking about moving into writing the academy articles. If you see a thread that should be in here, post the link below below or PM it to me to get it added.
I would also like to take this opportunity to start a conversation about what our academy articles should look like / consist of. In the past, the academy articles of old (4/5th edition) were designed to help players maximize the use of a given unit/war-gear/tactic. It always had a competitive focus, but did not go so far as to suggest not using the item that was the focus of the article (eg; why use Vespid when Crisis can do the job better). As any member of the community can participate to write article submissions for the academy, I would like to suggest that when writing an article about a given topic, that you look to explain how best to maximize the usefulness of the thing you are writing about, even if it is sometimes not obvious, or might only seem to have a place in casual games.
This is also all about community involvement as well. While one member may be the one posting, it takes the community as a whole to bring their collective experience together to help flesh out an article. Don't be shy about collaborating together to make the best articles. These will help not only new members/player to the T'au faction, but can also help to teach a few of us old dogs some new tricks.
Also, a reminder to those beginning to write their submission articles to follow the thread title header; [Article Submission] Topic
as outlined in the Submissions for the Academy Articles 
guidelines in the academy articles sub-forum.
A wonderful example article from when we were gearing up in 7th to do new articles is this one by BabaGanoosh;[Troops] Firewarrior Team
Thank you for your time.