@karasu said in Wiki structure and translation:
Menu structure is not suitable for making a specific subject findable
Why not? What do you suggest?
This is the welcome page as most user will get : https://antergos.com/wiki/
The first three colums are completly useless for a wiki startpage:
New Articles - Popular Articles - What is trending
Unvisible from first watch you find the buttons with usefull stuff called Categories.
But clicking on one of them put you to a blog structure, with one entry after the other, so Menu guidance ends. Also the leftside menue does not really guide you somewhere.
I am german so i was used to use the german wiki for Archlinux:
A very simple and clean structure wich guides you to the point.
As anarch say, it is also that always the ArchWiki will give the answear, but we have a lot of people here with kind of “highend” hardware specs, and users that are new to Linux in general and special to something like archlinux.
As there is a lot of stuff we need to repeat very often Wiki is usefull to link the people there, like for howto post the right logs e.t.c.
For translation problem… i can say google translate is only a right click away … but i think autotranslation can be usefull if it is optional not default.
[updates once a week] = [90% less problems]
how to add system logs:
wget http://bit.ly/2GCG9k2 && sh 2GCG9k2