Unfortunately the wiki is very basic, only allowing top level pages
I've restructured once again and I feel like this is a decent solution
I've switched over to Pelican since it made rendering content in a specific directory much more easier and it's on Python and I can keep this updated
It also has a option for automatically categorizing based on its directory name, making it feel more intuitive
The main repo will handle the theming, layout etc.
The wiki however, will be the actual content of the site and is a secondary repository.
Above, there are two urls, Wiki and Contribute. The Wiki looks nice and its theming can be changed, but Contribute is solely the content.
Right now, it's updated by a cron job but I can create a webhook so whenever a commit is pushed, the site will update automatically.
New "articles" should be as simple as creating a markdown file with a minimum of
Title: Demo Title
Category and Date are automatically set.
Perhaps a readme of editing a file, and proposing the file change or addition would help.
Even if that is too difficult, users can always just post here, or create a issue and if someone decides to help do the change for them, so much the better.
I don't know theming at all, so ideally someone who knows more then me can make it look nice.
But it is a place to organize data in a more permanent fashion then a forum