Go over the current structure of our docs site and see if there are ways to improve it. For this task, we are going to brainstorm a bit at a higher level with all the different sections. I think before we might do any specific changes or updates, it would be good to get a better picture of what each section should contain and how to link to other sections if needed.
There is currently a page that outlines some of these things: https://docs.krita.org/en/contributors_manual/krita_manual_readme.html
A couple ideas suggestions to get the conversation going:
- We don't have a user manual section in the link above. What type of content means "user manual"?
- Most of the FAQ is now part of ask.krita.org. There is quite a bit of duplicate content now, so how might want want to handle that?
- How do we link to different sections. What if a tutorial would be a good reference when explaining what each animation timeline button does?
- Think about different questions that people might have...and what section they should go to answer that. Where should they go if they ask something like "what does this button do" or "is my tablet supported". Also how to take care of different step related things. There are steps that are specific to do one function in Krita "how do I export my animation" vs. longer multi-step questions that combine multiple features "how do I create an animation. The more examples we can give and associate it with a section of the docs site, the easier it will be for documentation writers to know where to put stuff.