On Thursday 28 February 2008 06:19:06 pm Josh wrote:
I completely support using option C! A combination of templates and subpages would result in a much more attractive and organized setup. I think this would be a great idea.
The only thing that I don't like by subpages is ugly, oversized title that resembles on path. I would really like that subpages weren't used that much.
"Sorting Version Dependent Articles", or something similar should be added to the Wiki Tasks page. Using method C sounds like our best bet.
I'll add that tonight.
Also, Rajko, did you get a chance to see my update to Popular Pages project page? I went through the list of most viewed pages and tried to add most viewed pages to topics which could be used as Portal pages or something similar.
"Bugs:Most Annoying Bugs (322,469 views) (Is this placement questionable?)" No it isn't. They belong to download section as savy user would like to know can he/she handle current status of distro before download. They also belong to Installation, just as reminder what to expect, and Configuration to know what will not work, or to apply workarounds rightaway.
Yes, I did. I checked wiki for changes, before sending mail, to prevent misunderstanding. It looks good. I would move (not copy) articles from the unsorted to sorted area, so that we know what is done. It would be probably most productive to create some Portal pages like: Portal:Download Portal:Install openSuSE Portal:Hardware Portal:Software Management Portal:Graphics (Graphics sounds the best with subtopics 3D and Eye Candy) Portal:Help etc, and start to populate them. Later on we can go back to question how to organize layout.
Note "Portal:" it is namespace Portal. It doesn't exist in the list, but I guess that Frank would not have major problem adding it. Frank?
I'll try to sort articles in different ways localy and than publish. There is no problem with top 100 articles, but I want to catch often asked questions that are already answered with existing articles. That is the reason to expand list to top 500 instead of initial top 100.