After I get all the Player Character Material across, I will start working on Combat. Then, probably, Trade & Equipment. By then, the back of the task will be broken.
Right now, the wiki all works, all the links should be sound (though probably there's an error here or there). The way I've done it, a reader will notice that the original wiki and the new blog are interchanged completely, so that movement back and forth is seamless. There shouldn't be any dead links along the way. That's the goal, anyway.
There were lots of places on the past wiki that did lead nowhere. Projects that weren't finished, spell lists that still had spells that weren't written yet ... I do tend to change from project to project, without worrying about whether or not I'll come back to something. Eventually, I always do. If there are five 4th level druid spells without descriptions, or nothing at all for 5th level spells and higher, its because this is work that doesn't need doing right away.
I haven't gotten a comment on the blogger-wiki yet, and I'm not surprised. I deliberately wrote a harsh rejoiner on the comments field:
Comments are welcome; however, the content on this blog is not purposed for critical evaluation. Comments are strictly limited to errors in text, need for clarification, suggested additions, link fails and other technical errors, personal accounts of how the rule as written applied in their campaign and useful suggestions for other rules pages.All other comments will be deleted.
Let's face it; we all know what the internet is. I'm absolutely interested in receiving comments, and letting the site be somewhat open in that way ... but I want useful comments, along the principles upon which the wiki is built. I don't care how some other game system solves a problem, or what people "feel" about a rule, or anything that isn't hard business on the matter. I do want any comment that says, "link such-and-such doesn't work" or pointing out a spelling error. Once I fix the error, I can then remove such comments.
Other comments, I hope, will stand the test of time. I'll just have to see.