I would need a Wiki account, if the team approves, of course.
EDIT: Note: I would need a Wiki account This is optional. I can always continue to post any Docs/Guides/etc in the forum only. It may be handy though. I'm good either way. I enjoy it. Plus, Garuda in general seems like a great place/project to contribute time and effort. Documentation seems like a good fit right now.
I'll do my very best to put out quality work. Any suggestions are welcome.
Thanks for your consideration.
PS: I've already cloned the wiki's gitlab as mentioned here: How to contribute | Garuda Linux wiki to have a look around to follow existing formats as much as possible for a clean, consistent overall appearance. I will be asking for approval/advice/ideas along the way so as to stay on track with the team's wishes.
Seems problematic to add to the Wiki. The reason being is that I intentionally separated it into quite a few different posts. I did this so that each separate topic had its own hyperlink. I did this to link posts within the thread as well as to make it possible to link only one section of the thread if providing help.
By doing so, I figured if you were helping someone you wanted to install alternate kernels or perform a bios update you could specifically link only that post (not the entire very lengthy FAQ topic.
This seems to make it unsuitable for the wiki, but honestly I'm not that familiar with editing the wiki, (I've only done this infrequently).
I'm getting my feet wet as well here with WIki. It has been a while. However, Wikijs does have the same capability of putting all your reference links. (something to consider I reckon) Though the Wiki may be unsuitable and not as easy(convenient) as forum posts reply/capabilities since you want to add/links/edit/something on a dynamic post as such.
I'm sure the Wiki does, but then the wiki would be linking to the forums FAQ, not a separate post with its own distinct address within the Wiki article. At least that's what I think. However, I could be wrong.