As far as command references go, there is the article called UCI networking options cheatsheet where there are the tables of UCI options with basic description but no fluff text, explanations or examples which are found only in the dedicated articles. https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/network/ucicheatsheet
Do you have any feedback on that? Expanding it somehow, renaming (to something like "UCI Networking Options reference"), making it more important in the pages with a dedicated link or whatever so it's easier to find or understand?
i don't know a good way that does not incur duplication of work if you want to have both easily understood taks oriented docs and normative docs.
As seen if you try to edit the wiki page above, the UCI networking cheatsheet article is using internal wiki functions to dynamically assemble a page taking the actual tables of options from the individual articles, so we don't have to go around and copy-paste stuff every time there is some change.
We can also use the same method to expand it a bit up to the point of creating again the huge page like the old wiki but I think reaching that point is kind of silly, that was not a "command reference", it was a "all networking info in the same place" page.