Hi! I'm just someone who likes documenting stuff, and making things understandable :) . Not experienced in modding OoT or anything of the sort, just able to poke at the internals and see how various things work.
Organizing the Wikis
(just scratch/notes, don't take as final)
- Organize layout by subject area, where a subject area is a big "subsystem" of the game (e.g. models, actors, sounds, maps, ...)
- Each subject area has at least one introductory page, serving as a high-level overview of that subsystem.
- Info that's not Zelda-specific but is useful anyway should be in a supplementary namespace (e.g. Notes:MIPS).
- Templatize/modularize simple data about the game, primarily filesystem info (file names, offsets, and so on).
- This involves getting a grip on all the numerous "X list" pages as well.
Example Possible OoT Layout
- Ocarina N64
- Introduction (things like explaining it has a filesystem of its own)
- List of files (one page for all or one per version)
- Code (assembler-related stuff)
- Images (textures etc.)
- Sound Effects
- Environmental Audio (???)
- Other data (item stats, enemy HP, and the like)
- Debug ROM (A user's guide for using the debug ROM, basically)
- Ocarina 3DS
- Differences from N64 (not every last thing, but the notable and not-obvious stuff)
- [other subject areas which I can't make up atm]
- N64 Notes
- 3DS Notes
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