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[Resolved] Multisite Documentation

  • Maybe time for a dedicated WP Multisite codex? The information that is out there seems rather difficult to access and use in an efficient manner (totally unlike the main codex, which is GREAT!)

    I am happy to volunteer my services, however they may most help, toward getting this done (in the spirit of open source).

    A simple branch off the main codex would be a solid start. Simple topics.

    Multisite is still kind of new and a lot of techs are still unfamiliar with it. Would be so great to have an official resource.

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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski

    @jdembowski

    Volunteer Mod. & Brute Squad

    The information that is out there seems rather difficult to access and use in an efficient manner

    I myself think that’s partly due to the complexity of multisite.

    I am happy to volunteer my services, however they may most help, toward getting this done (in the spirit of open source).

    I like that statement! Why not head over to http://make.wordpress.org/docs/ and check out the links in the top Big Blue Welcome Box™? That’s a great set of links to get started and the more the merrier.

    Edit: It’s the part under “Want to get involved?”

    Patrick Nommensen

    @instovo

    Multisite Master

    Yes, I agree. The few multisite codex articles that exist are mixed in with the rest and hard to find without Google.

    One day, when WordPress Multisite is easier to use, none of this will matter. The entire codex is jumbled, per the nature of a Wiki, and since there’s a massive amount of crossover with commands (that is every single single-site command will run on Multisite, with perhaps a little cajolling), is it better to further segment it out or to merge it all together?

    I lean towards merging, since that’s the goal for the code bases 🙂

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