Here I have listed improvement propositions I believe will improve the over all look and feel of the wiki. Some of these ideas may eventually get posted on the Discussions article, but for now these ideas will stay here. If a proposition is accepted and the work required for the change has been done I will cross it off this list.
Copy to clipboard for command/code templates
We need to have a template for quickly and easily copying text to the clipboard. Clipboard.js should provide these kinds of capabilities without the need for Flash, which is excellent... it would be extremely useful for copying Article Blueprints, commands, or scripts directly from the wiki to be pasted into a terminal. I'll need infra's help with this.
A few more subdomains may be necessary. Right now they are only dreams.
Could possibly be integrated with the https://identity.gentoo.org SSO idea
|Gentoo system bus (yes, you read that correctly!). It's just an idea, but it would be neat to have a rewards system for community members and (opt in) for developers. Something that tracks their involvement and rewards them when they do things to make Gentoo a better place. For example, once a user creates three bugs that have been marked as "confirmed", a trigger will fire 'rewarding' that user (if they have opted into the project). Steam has been doing this type of thing for years. I believe a reward systems (as meaningless it might be for some) will largely boost not only community involvement, but developer involvement as well. Of course, this will only be for community members/developers that "opt in" to the program.||Unknown|
|A site for watching live interviews of Gentoo developers and/or receiving video news.||GitHub (LFS)|
|https://magazine.gentoo.org||The future home of GMN?||GitHub (Jekyll)|
Finish writing all requested articles.
This is not a wiki suggestion, but it's an idea that's been swimming around in my head.
What if someone created a binary package host capable of building ever binary with every possible combination of USE flags. That'd take a lot of space, but it could immediately serve up any package instantly.
Utilize Tahoe-LAFS for distfiles
Is it possible to utilize Tahoe-LAFS for distfiles? Using this method, distfiles could distributed better and redundant.