which means: when loggin in to lede-project.org, I should get LEDE theme; when I log in to openwrt.org I should get the OpenWrt theme... What I don't understand: where does that CSS magic happen that makes openwrt.org show the LEDE theme, despite the fact that it has been set to OpenWrt theme in the wiki configuration?
Even more puzzling: I have a copy of openwrt.org running at home for testing purposes. Even there, on my local copy, when logged in as admin (password login, no github login) I see the LEDE theme...
In general, I'm seeing every change to the wiki and do a quick check.
Regarding your edits mentioned: No need to link to the techdata pages, no need to create separate tables for hardware highlights or firmware downloads, since that information can easily be shown by using the data already present in the ToH. Not all devicepages have the datatables implemented yet; they are still missing in wrt160n + e1000 devicepages.
I was modifying the data that was present to provide information that was immediately lacking. If we can pull the information from ToH then even better.
I disagree with not cross linking. One of the most useful assets in a wiki is when you cross-link related and relevant pages. I would expect general users would likely identify their device and stay in device related pages, (less likely to go to the ToH page again). I would expect the device pages to have or at least link-to relevant and related information, the techdata page would be one of those key references.
If the process to implement datatables is straightforward I'd be more than happy to help out.
We need to revive the discussion about devicepage cleanup (where was that again...?). We had a draft of a new devicepage layout somwhere...
Once we know how to clean up the devicepages, any helping hand will be more than welcome!
@bobafetthotmail merge doc/docs namespaces (which one to keep, doc or docs?)
which pages in doc/ are redundant (already present in docs/) and can be deleted, and which pages need to be kept/merged?
check devicepages for links to missing wiki pages, and either import them from oldwiki (-> let me know which, I'll do it, including page history) or update the link to the respective page on openwrt.org
check devicepages with existing datatables for faulty filters (model names / versions may have changed slightly during/after the conversion from OpenWrt -> LEDE wiki). Currently, several datatables show "Nothing found" -> Adjust filters so that the correct data is displayed in the resulting datatable. Use https://openwrt.org/toh/start, go through all 609 devices yuck with devicepages listed, and check if there are datatables present and if they show correct data for the device.
That's where we could use some help from interested OpenWrt / LEDE users.
Not sure though if we should combine this effort with the renovation of the devicepages. Seeing pages with "Nothing found" makes me think it is worth investing some time in a short term solution.