Talk:An introduction to KDE
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I am a bit confused about the entry pages of this wiki. I am using Linux since 14 years and know what to do if some problems with the computer occur. But my father with the age of 60 years who wants to start with Computers doesnt know anything. So I was looking for a central web page which could guide him through the main interactions and common tasks using KDE. In my opinion this wiki could be a favourite. But checking this wiki from the Welcome page I couldnt find the obvious path through KDE. This introduction page is even misleading because all the links are targeted for contributors.
In the end my question is: shouldnt we use this page as a guide for absolute beginners with the appropriate links which lead to all the topics useful for them. In this way one can go the way from the entry site in several jumps to the specific topics without having to use the search function.
The page linked as Quick Start, on the navigation panel, is intended to be the absolute beginners' page. It's much easier to guess what a beginner to contributing will need to know, than it is for guessing what a new reader will want, so perhaps you could help us improve that page? We could start with a thread on the Quick Start discussion page, to work out what's needed. It may be that the information is already there, but not obviously available, in which case links may be sufficient, or it may need additional information writing. Inspiration is sorely needed .
I've tried to ensure that most of the stuff needed by new users would be in the category Getting Started - maybe a page that sorts those links into logical groups might help? Please do keep talking about this. I want to hear your ideas.
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