The type of post you described in your second bullet point would also likely be marked as “Personal Blog” if it was mostly describing past actions of the incubator and soliciting grants. If the post was mostly about various types of services needed by the community, and general thoughts on how to fund such services, it would be marked as “Frontpage”.
In some cases, it might be hard to tell which topics take up “most” of a post, but this post leaned much more toward the “Personal Blog” side.
If you want to invite wider discussion about EA services/entrepreneurial funding, you could try splitting this post into two posts; leave the personal content here, and move the general content (ideally with more detail/specific examples of services the community needs, etc.) into a new post.
I’d be happy to move the new post to Frontpage, and you’d be welcome to link to yours and Rupert’s posts from the new post. That lets you advertise your services without bending Frontpage standards.
Ian David Moss did exactly this recently. He wrote a post on EA political activism against Trump’s re-election, then split it into one post about EA political engagement in general and a second post about specific election recommendations (the latter isn’t allowed on Frontpage due to our rules on political posts). He then linked the posts together. I thought the setup worked well.
Thank you for the clarification! This makes a lot of sense.