Have you ever put yourself in a situation where you embark on a mission, and then wonder what has gotten into you to do such a thing?
I have just decided to revamp the Librivox Wiki. That thing has been annoying me for ages, and I kept thinking someone should be organizing it better. And then I decided that since nobody was doing anything, I would do it. After all, I'm on Christmas holiday and have free time.
That thing has around 500 pages. I've just finished mapping the pages linked to the Index. Took me just over a day. I should've started with a plan, rather than make it up as I go along. I mean, I know what I want the final product to look like. It's the process that I haven't quite figured out.
I need a plan now.
Here's what will have to be done.
1. group similar pages into clusters. Start with the easy pages first, like the Project Templates, or the Translation Pages. Make sure that each cluster has an user-friendly index page. (BADLY needed for the Project Templates)
This obviously implies identifying the clusters first.
2. Cross-check the All Pages list with the CategoryHomepage list, and make sure nobody is left over.
3. Re-structure the Guides section.
Volunteering should go with LV/Policy/PD
Recording and Editing should go together. I always wanted to have a step-by-step, checklist-like guide. I'll have to see what I can do with the pages available.
TechnicalSpecs should be integrated with the Recording section.
OtherStuff section should have to be split.
I'm thinking of a section for Resources, where we'll put lists and stuff.
As for the rest, I guess I'll make it up as I go along.