After some discussion, the search functionality would take direction from the Amazon system and suggest possible articles
If a user search’s “Installing”, autocomplete will present
Installing a Theme
Installing a Plugin
*Advanced Topics*: Installing Cache
*Setup Up WordPress*: Installing WordPress
Search results though need to be targeted and concise so it does not overwhelm the user.
The possibility of tracking data on articles such as views / votes may allow us to build a self learning search system was floated.
Custom Widgets for Helphub Front Page
An issue will be created on Github to discuss the creation of a custom widgets for the 6 Article Listing sections on the front page.
Helphub Development & Temporary Migration Site
wphelphub.com has been made public so that development progress can be easily seen and that entry barrier to volunteer to help would be lowered. @Kenshino will make more frequent pushes from Github to wphelphub.com to more accurate reflect the progress made by the team
Theme Handbook and Overlapping Articles
We arrived at a decision on not deleting articles that the theme handbook already covers, instead we will keep a keen eye on what content we are presenting (it should adhere to our categories and personas), and edit it to not to become developer heavy. When it does lead to that (being developer focused), we should put in a link to the theme handbook.
Use the CodeHighlighter
Use the Code Higlighter to make code more read-able. This also makes the article a little less ‘documentation’ like and more help article like. To highlight code with a beautiful syntax, use the shortcode ‘code’ – see this article for a guide and a full listing of options.
@nlarnold1 has rejoined the team and will be helping with both development and content migration.