Over the last months I've experienced MediaWiki.org getting more cluttered, different kinds of content being mixed. As a result I find that things are harder to find and more separated than they should be. Also causes more confusion and potential duplication.
I attempted to get a good overview of what is currently on this wiki which I'd like to use as a starting point to see if there's anything that shouldn't be on this wiki, or things that should be more separated away.
Check out User:Krinkle/Content structure, and links from there.
For example, there is MoodBar (WMF Project page, with /status, /Design etc.) and Extension:MoodBar (Documentation for end-users). However this distinction does not exist for ResourceLoader, which I think is a problem. I'd like the WMF project related stuff to be separated from the documentation about the feature.
Also documentation in general is getting worse and more decentralized at a rapid speed. Are we going for auto-generated documentation ? Or not. If so, do we want this to go into wiki pages and be editable on the wiki, or perhaps as an extension through Special:Documentation ?
The documentation thing is kind of a separate project though, more on that at Requests for comment/Documentation overhaul