As for the linking with the ARCH wiki itself, I like the idea although Antergos already has a Wiki as well as with Antergos becoming more and more unique the less options in the ARCH wiki that may apply to problems found in Antergos.
Our WIKI is pretty small compared to the Arch Wiki.
Only just a handful of information available. For example, “pacman” is only found on the Arch Wiki. You wouldn’t see that on the Antergos Wiki.
Using that as an example is what I was referring to @linuxhelmet . A link to their WIKI would be a remarkable and educational tool that new users may only be made aware of if it is actually visible.
For example: Windows users > Antergos User.
In my opinion, they probably are not intelligent to the fact it exists until they are informed of it.
I Also the search engine may need work in general. I found if I type a word in I get a slew of things not related to what I’m searching.
This I agree with.
When I do a search as well, too many non-specific results return that show no relevancy. You wind up with far too many page results.
I would not be surprised to read from a newcomer that has tried to SEARCH and wound up with (perhaps) results that were near the end of page results. Hence, they give up to SEARCH because it is just too far away to come across to.
However, that might just be the SEARCH algorithm in place. I would think that, that is the fault of the author of that particular algorithm script, not the forum itself.
We want there to be only one place to look for tutorials/tips/docs, and that place is the Wiki
Also, with the tutorials being posted in the forum rather than the wiki, the posts are not being removed towards the wiki. Many of them retain their initial placement.
It really makes the place look “cluttered” and to some point not organized.
" DO NOT POST TUTORIALS IN THE FORUM" , post perhaps?
With what @linuxhelmet said about the Antergos Wiki not being wholly accessible in some way, that may be, though I have never really had a need to post there and hence can not confirm said concern.
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Use the "Linux Beginner Search Engine"