Make your own comparison between NewDocs and TitleIndex.
TitleIndex here - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/TitleIndex
Newdocs here - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NewDocs
Holds the complete listing of Ubuntu Documentation.
The intial loading of the list takes between 20 to 28 seconds.
The navigation of the pages is very awkward.
Alphabetical Pages do not lend themselves to convenient printouts.
With a list in excess of 4,000 practicable adjustments are difficult.
Loads in 4 to 5 seconds.
Returns between 85 - 90 Percent of Ubuntu Documentation Searches.
May be conveniently Bookmarked - Reducing pages from hundreds to one.
TitleIndex may be used in the event that a page isn't found.(link on facepage)
The navigation of the pages is convenient.
Alphabetical pages may be easily printed out for referral purposes.
Response from many end users has been positive - see Post #23
By all means have a "play" with NewDocs and see how easy it is to use. Have a look at page A2 too. As I have indicated, many end-users have expressed their confirmation in it's value.
Having being involved with the NewDocs Wiki from the beginning, I am now anxious to have other people contribute.
The major problem as I see it, is how best to move forward with NewDocs, so that it is available to and used by the largest number of Ubuntu end-users practicable. I consider the NewDocs Wiki virtually complete now, the problem being with it's marketing.
You may see the problem in a different light.
I seek advice and help from others. If you have a comment of any nature or a contribution, kindly post on this thread. I will certainly be very pleased to hear from you.
With kind regards,