User talk:Quequotion/AUR submission guidelines
Breakdown of changes
I've been told my changes are hard to follow, and this--in part--led to the reversion of several months' work on the AUR page and splitting half of it into a protected page. I will try here to describe the changes as best I can. Nonetheless, if you are looking to compare the draft to the current page that is what you should do; rather than digging through edit histories, compare the two at their current state (just like you would two drafts of a physical document), and leave feedback from this comparison.
As some changes depend on others, this breakdown will be in the order such changes are intended to be made.
The tip regarding
git add -f in the example.
Another change here was to relegate several points of advice that are not necessarily required parts of the process into a Template:Note.
Finally, the instructions about adding and committing could be more optimally worded.
This was done in four sequential edits, starting here.
First of all, it would be logical to list the requests in the same order as they appear on the AUR Web Interface.
This section is a long bulleted list with an another bulleted list within it; it could really use a facelift. Giving each request its own subsection would also be handy for other sections of the page to link to.
Since the reversion, I've been told the statement regarding rejection of package deletion requests is in dispute; we should do something about that.
See how I tried to work this out the first time, over six sequential edits, starting here.
There are two FAQs with information about getting packages into the community repository, as well as it being mentioned along side voting for packages in various places in the article.
This was done in three sequential edits, starting here; note that the second edit is actually to link "Voting for packages" to this section.
Since the reversion, it has been brought to my attention that "packages in source format" is a more controversial terminology than I had considered. I have since reworded the remaining "What is the difference between the Arch User Repository and the community repository?" FAQ, which resulted in further reduction as a bonus.