Spoiler warning: I'm slightly drunk.
In a couple of days' time, SpaceX will attempt to change history by landing a rocket on a floating platform. Elon Musk is a popular topic on this site and I've no doubt there are many people here who are keen to follow the launch as it proceeds.
Now, the world is infinitely interesting, and depending on what other global crisis is emerging at the time, people may or may not remember to follow the launch as it unfolds. This thought was weighing on me (and weighing oh so heavily) as I prepared to post a reminder about the launch just now.
In times past it was not uncommon to to see Hubski likened to an amalgam of twitter and Reddit. One feature available to twitter users but not (afaik) to redditors is the ability to schedule tweets via tweetdeck. It occurs to me that posting a link to a live feed of the Falcon launch and then scheduling that post to appear on Hubski 30 minutes before take off (for example), would ameliorate to some extent the problem of people's interest being derailed by the latest campus shooting, or what have you.
(And before anyone states the obvious: Yes, I know that SpaceX isn't broadcasting the launch live. There are, however, other sites that are tracking the launch as closely as they are able (and Elon Musk himself tends to be quite prolific in tweeting updates about missions of this calibre). In any case, my point was simply to use the launch as an example, rather than a reason, for the added function.)
I'm sure there are several good reasons involving spamming or suchlike for why this wouldn't be a good idea. I thought I'd put it out there while my enthusiasm for it is still strong.