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Many instruction in this wiki written in a beautiful humane language (the one that we keep losing in this fast-paced digital age). Still I think introduction pages should contain short check-list-style instructions for new comers. To allow (correctly) contribute to database without memorizing all specifics. Because free time is often very limited. Such instructions lists would be:
sorted with the most important rules at the top;
contain minimum words, contain visual cues (highlights by bold font), interlinked;
direct to step by step algorithms for concrete use cases if possible.
Examples are coming.
Wiki is indispensable coordination tool in development. But this wiki plays two roles simultaneously: knowledge storage and development support. Maybe moving all Development/... to it's own "Development:" namespace or to another wiki (e.g. dev.wiki....) would be beneficial.
(Though, in that case to keep development-related info visible (calls to volunteers, reports, ideas, plans) summaries with links should be placed on a designated pages.)
Example of down-side of role mixing: "acousticbrainz" search shows a lot of results and I've seen situations when manual page was lost somewhere in the middle of GSoC tasks pages. It's interesting find for a developer but will give confusion instead of answers to others.
If such transfer makes sense - bots should be used widely (to prepare summaries, fix links, etc)
I had to guess if I should register separate account for wiki or I can reuse password from MB site. It could be explained on Special:CreateAccount, Account FAQ, How to Create an Account, Wiki Spam Protection, MusicBrainz Wiki.
But actually I would like to see "login with MB" on the first place. With MB and wiki account merging. Probably useful: Extension:WSOAuth (For_developers), Category:User_identity_extensions, Manual:Security#See_also, Category:Authentication_and_login, Category:MediaWiki_authentication, Manual:SessionManager_and_AuthManager, Extension:OAuthAuthentication