Lately, there's some activity in The Back Room: Live Tabletop Games, which was just recently unfrozen for the purpose of catering to the good-people-of-this-stack who wanted to run or play RPGs with fellow good-people-of-this-stack.
So far, some playtesting has been done here and there, but advertising seemed lacking- asking it in RPG General Chat works but only for those who are online at that moment or who check previous messages, unless it's starred or something. It'd be nice to get a broader audience for the game or playtest I'm advertising.
A couple of months ago, a question in meta was asked about how to advertise games to be played with the stackizens.
In that question, I think the majority of the interested parties agreed that meta is a pretty bad medium to advertise games. But instead, a Looking-For-Group chat room shall be created for this purpose. So, if we're doing that:
What are some guidelines that should be followed in the LFG chatroom?
Should we have only one message per game advertisement? What information would be needed to advertise your game, at a minimum? (System? Player Count? Starting Level? Date and Time? are you a GM or looking for one?) Can all of that information even fit into one message? How should chatizens interested in the game voice out their interest? What other things do we need to look out for when implementing this?