what we have already seen shows that we can look forward to a fantastic real scenerie.
From reading this forum I have two impressions:
- A user group prefers to have something new quickly, without having to "go down in the air".
- Another group of users likes to delve into their favourite area and always finds new things there.
In the real world this is comparable.
In order to take both into account, I suggest to proceed on two tracks:
- As dokado and AOB already suggest, there should be a concise manual, which basically deals with the installation and then the most important points.
- And then there should be small stories from the area at more or less regular intervals, as it was started by Kenneth for example and continued by TomSimMuc and Jetjockey10. Here everyone can tell from his or her own real experiences.
I think the second part is especially useful for all scenarios if they were and are developed for the community free of charge and contain a lot of detailed work. Here it is worthwhile from my point of view to invite again and again to small flights and discover details. I compare this with the Miniature Wonderland in Hamburg, where it is also worthwhile to go there again and again and then concentrate on one area each, such as the USA or Switzerland.
Tschüss, Michael (III)