Thanks Maruno for your input. Much appreciated. I will keep this poll open for a few more days just in case (any thoughts and concerns from the 'no'-voters perhaps?), but looks like we can safely implement tutorials.
- Tutorials would have their own namespace. Each mod has a page in this namespace. All actual tutorials will then count as subpages of that. As an url, it would look like this (the page doesn't leed anywhere. this is just a demonstration of the url):
To me this seems to be the most clean and structured way to go about it.
- Tutorials that don't fit in a specific mod-category would be categorized under Tutorials:General.
- If a tutorial about a certain construction utilizes items/blocks from other mods in the process, it is categorized by the "main" mod it's from. e.g. if a tutorial on automated bee breeding uses BC3 Pipes somewhere, it'd be still categorised as "Forestry".
- Maybe there could be a note at the top of a page along the lines of "This tutorial also uses the following mods".
- Alternatively, a note on which modpack the tutorial is based off of might do just fine.
- The mod boundaries may become very blurry depending on the subject matter. Especially if add-ons such as Extra Bees and Thaumic Bees get involved. If you happen to have an idea on how to handle that problem, I'd love to hear about it.
- Additionally, tutorials can be categorized using the regular wiki categories. They would be categorized by mod pack and by subject matter, for example things like "getting started" or "automation". Perhaps all as sub-categories of one Category:Tutorials.
A few people have pointed me to the TechnicPack Wikia tutorials as well, saying they quite enjoyed those. That too can be a point of reference.