Few weeks ago has been created a project: www.wowgaming.org
It's a WoW resource pool (Db search, wiki, addons etc) subdivided by expansion that currently support wotlk 3.3.5a
All information inside are stored with original data from that specific game version.
It's totally Free and Open Source alternative to (dead?) OpenWoW site!
Please read this page to understand why and how we can do it.
This project can be helpful for:
- Wiki and Database search engine for educational Open Source application server projects, such as TrinityCore
- Keeping an historical archive of World of Warcraft original data
- Discussing and Blogging about newest and oldest WoW Facts
wotlk portal (index of all subsite below): http://www.wowgaming.org/wotlk.html
addon list: http://www.wowgaming.org/addons-335a-collection/
Our repositories: https://github.com/wowgame
If you want to help us or maintaining another version using our free tools
Please, Contact us on Discord
I revisited the Wiki today after some time being away and noticed something strange.
It seems that the user "E.R." (Ascathor here on the forum) has split the How-To: Windows section into separate pages (his edit on Sep. 17th). The second half of the instruction is now on "How-To First step into Trinity Core". The result is that the entire instruction to setup TC on Windows is now on 3 pages (in order of steps needed to complete):
Installation of TDB (3.3.5a)
How-To First step into Trinity Core
The problem is, there's no continuation of #1 to #2. Meaning, at the end of How-To: Windows, there's a link to How-To: First step into Trinity Core. Furthermore, there's no link in the "How-To" sidebar section regarding TDB installation. It's only located on the main splash page of the Wiki. Users will inevitably get lost.
The above needs to be fixed, and I intend to fix it myself. What I'd like to know is, is there a general consensus on what is preferred? Do we all want the instructions on a single page like it used to be, or do you prefer the sections split up between several different pages?
Personally, I believe everything should be combined into a single page. One page equals one edit when things need to be updated or changed.