Currently page are sorted into one of 74 Categories
- Without knowing the wiki's contents well, it can be difficult to get a sense of what's here.
- There is no intuitive path from the main page to most of the contents, without being specifically aware of the contents already.
- Categories are uncategorized. The Categories page has too many entires for easy browsing.
- Tree System
- The main page would be the root
- Each page about something general would point have links to things more specific. i.e. Main page ->mechanics -> magic -> thinkamancy -> thinkagram
- Redundant trees could be added for multiple paradigms.
In looking through the categories already extent in the wiki, there are only a handful of top-level categories for content:
- Category:Comic (containing actual comic pages, comic structure, and creator bios)
- Category:Erfworld Mechanics (purporting to encapsulate anything that covers the "physics" of Erfworld)
- Category:Erfworld Culture (an umbrella under which the social and cultural dynamics of Erfworld live)
- Category:History of Erfworld (potential home for battle analysis and events pages/cats]]
- Category:Fanon (surprisingly well organized compared to the rest of the wiki)
There is also, at present, a second, parallel tree structure based on content type and "value":
- Category:Proposed Canon
- Category:Real World References
So, there are two existing paradigms under which most of the regular content pages live. As such, perhaps it is just an issue of codifying and enforcing those paradigms more effectively.