Here are some thoughts and questions about how the site should be organised. Please add your own responses, and make sure to sign your contributions by writing ~~~~ at the end.
At the moment (2021-07-13), there are a few dozen pages, each belonging to one or two out of a handful of categories.
Is there any point in trying to come up with a top-down structure? Like, "" → "Avoidable ambiguities" → "Ambiguities you have to go out of your way to make"
Is there a common structure for pages that we can try to follow?
Maybe something like:
- Description of the problem
- Suggested resolutions
Should it be one problem per page, or is it OK to collect a few similar problems on one page?
More experienced mediawiki users might be able to answer these:
- What's the deal with namespaces? Would we benefit from adding any?
- It would be nice to have templates for editing remarks, like "please give an example". What's the best way of writing these? Does it make sense to copy some from wikipedia?