I'd like to share my opinion:
"Fedora wiki is useless and being used in a wrong way"
When I first came into fp.o, I first met wiki. I think wiki is the place we
can found knowledge like wikipedia, but then I found I was wrong. Fedora
wiki has a lot of pages which are imported from MoinMoin, and most pages
are out of date.
The most common things I can find are test results, seems Fedora uses wiki
as a feedback collector. Team pages need love etc. So now when I search
something about confusions, archlinux wiki first comes into my eyes, then
Debian, even Gentoo. Wiki is a place for ideas sharing, but not a special
place for testing.
Then I think doc.fp.o is the right place, but seems I'm wrong again. Doc
only contains English page with 100% percent. Same page in another language
is often unavailable. There are many people in China, they can't speak
English well, reading such docs is also not easy. Same like many French and
Spanish don't speak English, too.
IMO, Wiki should not be a test result collection, fortunately I heard that
Fedora has started to develope a web app for this.
But we still need enhancement. For example New changes page, why should we
use wiki to describe new changes, but not use a separate app to display the
new changes with more helpful and beautiful information? Don't you think
the theme using is ugly? Just like apps.fp.o/packages compares with pkgdb,
which one do you think is better?
And FWN, a nearly abandoned project. We have magazine now, better than
before but still needs improvement.