Fedora documentation, as a book format, felt much professional compared to all the "wiki-like" support we can find elsewhere in the web. You could go from step 1 and install until it is done. It even looked like a bit the Red Hat docs.
I fear it becomes in the end easier for documenters, but harder for everyone else reading the manual.
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