I've mentioned a couple of times that I'd do it, and so I will. However, there's a sliiiiiight snag.
No, it has nothing to do with my ability to write such a guide; that's just time-consuming, nothing more. My concern is over what method people would prefer for such a guide.
Allow me to clarify. My Bootfighter Windom wiki
, while still being useful and as organized as it can be, is still a cluttered mess. Cramming all the info about the competitive aspects of the game into one page
tends to do that, so instead of revising it for UKWXP (seeing as the old information is still applicable), I initially decided to just start up a new page on EditThis just for UKWXP.
Then the modders wanted in on the wiki page.
I didn't mind the fact that they wanted coverage - just not on the page meant for talk about the gameplay. I then realized that starting up an entirely new, whole, multiple-page-spanning wiki for Windom might be feasible - it separates the clutter, allows more content than just mutliplayer strategies, and still manages to centralize it all. Wikispaces wouldn't be a bad place to put it all; hey, who knows, people may prefer it this way.
So the question boils down to this: should I just start up a UKWXP page, or make a new, entire multipaged wiki for the community altogether?
I'm only willing to do the latter if it, you know, actually gets some decent use, so that's my warning. I honestly don't care which way the decision swings: I can do the work either way. I just need to know what's better for everyone else first.
Pros and cons as far as I'm concerned:
* With a separate page, the information is more centralized; after all, it's all right there on a single page, no links or navigation required. This does lock out other options on the page, though, still forcing, say, the modders to work with a different page.
* With a full wiki, there's less centralization and more navigation necessary, but at least things will be tidy and better looking. This is better if people want to branch out - adding mods, pilots, translations, and whatever to the place - but if no one uses it, it's really more effort for a whole lot of nothing.
Anyway, your thoughts. I need them.