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Hi :)
I think make a sub-page called something like "Further Details" or
"Advanced" or "FAQ-QA" or something like that and then take all that
valuable work and dump it in their instead.  Then people getting to the
front page get the simple approach that assumes everything goes smoothly
and can click through to the advanced help if they need it.
Regards from
Tom :)

On 23 October 2013 02:46, Joel Madero <> wrote:

Hi All,

I'm going to be updating the wiki for whiteboard and keyword to make it
more legible. There has been talk about taking a minimilistic approach to
the wiki, less formal, less "rules" (although we don't have rules, just
guidelines), this vs. the "comprehensive, answers any question someone
might have" approach. My question is, which is preferred? Should I strip
the wiki to the minimum with very basic info or include the details needed
where someone could technically use the wiki without additional input in a
relatively cohesive way?

Thanks all,

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