DEFINE YOUR CHALLENGE
What challenges do you and your fellow community members face that could be solved with better information, resources, technology or tools?
The more specific you are in defining your challenge, the more likely you'll get a working solution. Give as much detail as possible about the context, features, users, data available, partners, potential impact, and technologies available. If you would like some additional tips on how to write a good problem statement, go to RHoK Problem Statement Guide. You can also get inspired by viewing challenge statements that others have submitted.
Remember that simply defining the challenge is sufficient. However, if you have an idea for how your solution could look, do tell.