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FAQ is very good.

meanwhile this project has a certain age, a lot of steps have been taken,

and there is no hint of whats state of the art NOW, so it gets very confusing for newbys.

( i saw some guy fiddling round with 10.4, believing he could update to 10.6 )

 

there are useful old "knowledge thread" ( DSDT editing mostly), which are still alive,

 

but some misleading {censored} should be deleted or marked as overcome

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Anybody willing and able to do that is very welcome.

 

without knowing the internal structure of this forum ( peoplewise and technical)

how could we label threads as outdated methods ?

 

if there is a way i participate in doing this

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If such feature to be available, then the "outdated" is not how it shall be specified, because even old info may be relevant for old system, thus outdated for all on cutting edge is still useful for for older setups.

More appropriate would be something like "Relevant for 10.5+" of "Relevant until 10.6.2".

I do understand that most of OSX users are on cutting edge anyway, but more clear specification to what is relevant for what system would not make half the forum "outdated" in a single sweep.

 

P.S. This particular discussion should be moved some place else.

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P.S. This particular discussion should be moved some place else.

 

Suggestion accepted.

 

without knowing the internal structure of this forum ( peoplewise and technical)

how could we label threads as outdated methods ?

 

It is an incredibly difficult task. It would need a large team of very knowledgeable people.

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