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I think I comment this in the IRC, but the new docs doesn't have a "Next"
button. This will help with the flow of the reading, and also will give it
a book-ish style.
GNU/Linux User #589060
Ubuntu User #8749
Fedora Ambassador Latam
I'm looking at incoming searches for fedoraproject.org (landing in the
wiki). The most commmon term is (by far) "epel" — we should make sure
we have good EPEL docs. But, filtering that out, and also removing
Fedora, the top twenty terms are:
2. virtio drivers
6. systemctl list services
8. edit iptables
10. dnf update
11. iptables add rule
12. anaconda linux
13. dnf upgrade
14. iptables config file
15. iptables config
18. dnf system upgrade
I know that this is self-reinforcing, since we get clicks for things
where we already have enticing wiki docs, but, still, this seems like a
starting place for things we should have covered in the new docs
Alsqo, the above is by clicks. Here is the list by impressions — times
we were shown in results regardless of whether someone clicked —
followed by click-through ratio. Where this is low, we should have
*better* docs. Also I left "epel" in here but filtered out "fedora".
1. anaconda (0.21%) although here we fairly might not be what was wanted
2. dnf (3%)
3. yum (0.78%)
4. selinux (0.54%) this we should do better on!
5. epel (46.72%)
6. systemd (0.41%)
7. koji (0.57%)
8. sssd (2.36%)
9. rhel (0.1%) hmmm.
10. wayland (0.25%)
11. gpg (0.29%)
12. firewalld (12.04%)
13. systemctl list services (8.17%)
14. dracut (3.88%)
15. copr (0.41%)
16. fedup (1.08%)
17. systemctl (0.46%)
18. gpg key (1.5%)
19. aarch64 (5.49%) this is pretty great really!
20. virtio (12.55%) ditto
Fedora Project Leader