wagtail-survey-responses: 82

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rowid Unnamed: 0 How many sites do you have running on Wagtail? What kind of organisations are your Wagtail sites for? What are your priorities for Wagtail's direction in the next year? Please choose a maximum of three Why have you made these choices? Is there anything else you'd like to see in Wagtail?
82 81 2-5 Non-profit, Education, Public sector, Culture Documentation, Built in SEO fundamentals Documentation: the core documentation is sparse for beginners (who I assume, like me, just use Kalob's tutorials instead). As more new users start to adopt Wagtail, broader coverage of basic topics (such as blogging, themes, templates, deployment, etc.) is going to become more important. Many of the Wagtail questions on StackOverflow are relatively basic, so it's clear that many people are coming from other platforms and just need a little nudge to get all the way to a successful launch. The documentation on deployment is particularly sparse and would really benefit from more details. It seems to me that you are now in the position of broadening Wagtail's scope from a platform that is built by developers (and for consumers) to one that is also starting to be built by non-developers (people like me) who have perhaps built Drupal or Wordpress sites in the past and want to adopt this newer technology. This is not a huge hurdle, as Wagtail is relatively straightforward, but it's easy to get stuck in various places if you are not a professional developer. So, to reach this newer demographic, it might be useful to develop some in-house documentation that is just a bit more basic. To take one specific example: the "Your First Wagtail Site" tutorial takes readers to the point of having blog categories -- but no way to click through the categories and aggregate posts by categories. Consequently, the categories have no real use. And, since everyone wants clickable categories, the non-developer will be stopped right there, and will (as I did) spend a very long time hunting down other, external resources to figure out how to get categories working properly. The information is out there, and others have created it, but it might be a good idea to bring some version of those external resources into the main documentation so that beginners have a slightly easier ride. SEO: This is just something I'm interested in, as the next step for my own project. Overall, Wagtail is great, and I'm enjoying it very much. Thanks for creating such a useful tool.