1. Cartouche documentation will be logged and stored away. More emphesis on the new engine should be used since it causes less problems and is much more supported.
2. I'm going to need some documentation on the minimum requirements for WME. The problem is that WME I know works in Chrome because I use Chrome, however, I would like to know how it works in other Browsers, and perhaps establish a "lowend version" for what browsers can and cannot be used in WME. I'm busy with work, wiki, road editing, and Pathfinder Society all the time that I can't really go version testing.
3. For the most part, the entire wiki structure should be based on providing people the information on as it is clicked, not spewed out in front of the user. Simple headlines should only be provided with more information at a click, like most Wikis. So, if someone is just using the Client and wants to get the lo-down on a feature and its nuances, I don't want the screen cluttered with information about Cartouche.
4. Ultimately, the wiki should be set that everything should be "at-a-click." Want to know the definition of a word that only exists in WME? It should be clickable.
5. Wiki documentation should be <= 2 scrolls on a 950px height screen with sufficient (950px width+) width for the documentation. This allows for less information spew and more information "conciseness." You tell people what they want to know, not explain about everything what is going on.
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