English are not my first language so I think this is main problem. But for example I can put links to these post in one topic for review or something similar.noisymime wrote: ↑Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:02 amIdeally if the info is relevant in a 'manual' type of way then it should be added directly onto the wiki itself, rather than as a link to the forum. The reason for this is that the Offline Manual (https://speeduino.com/Speeduino_manual.pdf) is built from the wiki pages and therefore can pickup the same info.
I do agree though, there is a LOT that could be moved from the forum to the wiki, and cleaned up within the wiki. It's a big time sink though, so if you're feeling like having a go at it, just let me know and I can set you up an account.
For some background and to answer some possible misconceptions: The structure is a bit of a hairball and changed (again) as I was about to add a large amount of content (most of the Tuning application section), making the addition useless in the new structure without a full rewrite. I don't often let things get to me, but timing was poor and I threw the new content out, so it hasn't happened. Without a better idea of Speeduino's future direction and control structure for everyone involved at each level; I have not found the motivation to recreate and donate all of that for unknown future uses, and have fallen-back to assisting users on the forum. With more information and confidence perhaps that will change, and while I am happy to give freely to assist users where I can, without knowing future intent I have concerns for the abuse of value I would donate to the organization—if you had any curiosity of my position and why some things are or are not progressing. I am just a user like you, and I don't get anything from Speeduino® for anything I do here.
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