@hughlang sorry about #12 but the more i look the more horrible this FAQ looks. I suggest skipping it completely. Most questions are directly addressed as sections of the book. lets leave it out shall we?
@hughlang The wiki pages in the old-reference-docs folder is still all on the Wiki so it will be there if people need it. The main idea is to get accurate, easy to understand instructions. A lot of the previous archive of documentation will help us, but I don't think it is neccessary we scour the entire thing
@zelig@hughlang As I look into the "Ethereum Ecosystem" section, I think all of the subpages have so little information (mainly listings of websites) that we could make Ethereum Ecosystem into one entire page and put it under "Introduction"
@Souptacular Is there a way to render the Homestead docs to one page? So far I've had several failures to find solidity documents because keyword search is slower and less accurate than the browser's page search functionality. Also some of us are visual learners (if you have a messy desk you are probably one too) and it's far easier to find the relevant text by in-page browser search and quickly skipping to the part we need.
Web3.js lets you connect to your local ethereum node from any browser (or node), but requires you to have a locally running node (which embark provides). mist (the special browser) will be for end users of your dapp and includes a pre-configured node