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See also user:spiralofhope/todo
Find old stub (low content, e.g. Special:ShortPages) pages and merge with more useful ones. Some pages are just forward looking from pre-release and may not be relevant any more.
Go through and find pages which aren't being linked to anywhere (Special:Specialpages and specifically Special:Lonelypages can help). Find somewhere that makes sense and add a link to the page there... if necessary, make a new page in the style of Tutorials and documentation. There is some discussion about this Talk:Wiki TODO.
 adds a page to another, dont duplicate, transclude instead.
Go through and make sure each page has an appropriate category, add categories for pages without.
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Take a look at the recent talk changes for possible things to do.
Not up to date, and specific to angstrom, should be merged
Find somewhere to put these pages
This only suggests using ZIP for a new pnd format, not happening.
Not updated in a long while
Sites labled for deletion, which is to say they are just hidden from view.
- Team section needs better links, rearranged categories as it is used for both pandora and pyra
- Important links
- Debian (default) - The parts that are custom to the pyradebistro. Fontchoice, dpi, list of installed programs
- Overclocking: metapage with included info from GPU and CPU and RAM
- Repairs - Disassembly, 3d files, how to fix* Parts/ purchase info