Hey guys and gals, I did my first large contribution to the Arch Wiki. As this is my first article contribution, I need people to critique my work. Basically, did I do it right?
Things you should take a closer look at:
* Are there too many warnings/notes
* Is it necessary to mark sections as unconfirmed?
* A lot of the syslinux stuff is out of date and I don't want to learn syslinux to fix it.
The reasons for the rewrite are noted in the discussion of the article.
I just did a very quick review of your work (comparing it with the old revision), it looks a good improvement of the article! However I didn't test anything, just to make it clear.
I've just fixed some notes/warnings/tips and used Template:Accuracy to mark unconfirmed sections, as a warning is not suited for that purpose.
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