It was for me always confusing to define openSUSE documentation, in other
words what we list in Portal:Documentation because just every written document
is "documentation". Documentation portal setup appeared to me as impossible
task, you have to list all that is already listed somewhere else.
Now with Portal:Support in place that lists support options it seems easier to
define what Portal:Documentation should contain. It should cover regular
openSUSE usage, no configuration problems, no bugs. It should point to support
in case of problems, but not attempt to list anything that is support.
IMO, definition of what should go somewhere in the wiki should be subject to
not yet written workflow diagram that should give graphic presentation of our
ideas how everything works from moment user obtain copy and install distro to
usage and resolution of the problems, where problems are defined very broadly
as software bugs and missing features.
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