Hello! You should consider improving the articles on the wiki rather than linking to an external site that you maintain. External links are useful when they point to upstream documentation, wikis with a different scope than this one (like Wikipedia) or sites that have higher quality content under an incompatible license. Otherwise, it's better to improve the articles that are here to obtain high quality pages - an external site can't usually be collaboratively improved (fixing errors, oversights, etc.). thestinger (talk) 05:18, 9 September 2012 (UTC)
I prefer using my own wiki sorry =) Because I can control and change it when and how I want it.
- Many links referenced are moved so they become dead link. Please take time to update them or some of them may be removed. It shows the biggest benifit of keep your work in the Arch Wiki. Keep it open, everyone can improve/fix it. Keep it close or seperate, only you can change it. Lots of seperate site rot because of this. -- Fengchao (talk) 03:41, 14 September 2012 (UTC)
I have new tutorial here if you guys like to link to it http://gotux.net/arch-linux/arch-linux-2013-installation/