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List of Future Pages

From SteamDeck Linux Wiki

This page hosts a list of pages that are planned to be implemented into the Wiki. Once a page has been finished, it should be removed from the list.

Importance Level
Level Description
Trivial Pages that don't need any immediate attention whatsoever. They are not necessary to the wiki, or it's users.
Low Pages that are important, but not needed immediately.
Medium Pages that are important, most pages should fall under this category.
High Pages that are really important, and should be a high priority.
Important Pages that need immediate attention, as they are very important to the function and usability of the Wiki.
List of Future Pages
Name Description Category Importance Link
Beginner's Guide Guide for Beginners to learn the Plasma desktop. Beginners Important Guide:Beginner's Guide
Style Guide Overview of the Wiki style, and how pages should be formatted. Contributors High Style Guide
Timeline Timeline of the Project, and goals for when certain pages should be made. Contributors High Project Timeline
FAQ List of Frequently Asked Questions and their answers. TBD Medium FAQ
Customizations Guide Guide for Beginners to get started customizing their desktop. Beginners, Customizations Medium Guide:Customizations Guide
Contributor's Guide Guide for editors to learn how to contribute to the Wiki. Contributors High Guide:Contributor's Guide

The Linux Guide[edit | edit source]

The wiki also plans to have a series of articles aimed at guiding users towards Linux competency, guiding them through the three difficulties. These guides, when followed in order, should lead users towards being able to follow Advanced level articles / guides.

The Difficulty Levels
Level Description Link
Beginner New Linux users. GUI only, instructions for using default apps and settings. Category:Beginner
Intermediary Users that are learning the terminal, and feel comfortable running basic commands, and installing packages. Category:Intermediary
Advanced Users that are now comfortable with the terminal, and are able to figure out most stuff through their own research. Only needs SteamOS / Steam Deck specific information, and can link out to Arch Wiki. Category:Advanced

Beginner Level Guides[edit | edit source]

  1. Beginners Guide
  2. System Settings
  3. Default Applications
  4. Using Discover
  5. Get New Stuff
  6. Finding Support

Intermediary Level Guides[edit | edit source]

  1. Learning the Filesystem
  2. Using the Terminal
  3. Installing Programs
  4. Additional Commands
  5. Command Safety
  6. Researching a Problem

Advanced Guides[edit | edit source]

  1. Troubleshooting
  2. Compiling Source Code
  3. Learning through Experimentation
  4. Bug Reporting
  5. Helping other Users
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