I originally posted this to fedora-docs-list not knowing that was the wrong place for it... this is a copy and paste as I believe this list is more the correct place: I'm looking for somewhere to get started on the wiki, and I'm not sure where to proceed? This lead me to the Drafts wiki page, am I free to edit these pages as I see fit? What is the etiquette here? Just looking briefly at the "Getting Started" page, I believe a few improvements could be made. It's overtone is very professional, which is intimidating. I also think things like Graphic User Interface and Window Manager should provide links to wikipedia so the user can learn more about the topic if they wish. Wikipedia is provided in the Free Content bookmarks folder in Fedora 7t4, so I don't think that would be an issue? I think the wiki is the wrong place to try and explain such things though. Also, I don't see a way to upload images? There is a saying "a picture tells a thousand words", and I believe it's true. I don't even see a way to add images though? Screenshots (of a particular section of relevance on the desktop) would greatly clarify what things say, and provide an air of confidence for the user "I must be doing it right, it looks the same". Just some thoughts...
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