@AgentS, I always liked the "old" Manjaro forum's Tutorials section. As, not only I, found it really quite easy to browse, let alone search, for relevant information.
I've always disliked the Discourse forum for its lack of ease in those aforementioned regards. My problem, I know. I'm not a "phoney", I use a proper computer when I'm on the net.
I'm not trying to change the forum software used. I've already given that one my best shot ages back when I created & ran another forum that fairly closely mirrored the "old" forum. I copied all (>200) of the Tutorials over manually, editing & updating them where required, & linked them to their relevant wiki pages where appropriate, in "my" forum (as I've done with my wiki pages in this forum too).
Also, I offering to donate the forum to Manjaro & maintain it for them or not as they chose. Discourse won.
Discourse sucks by design, when it comes to historical reference. Therefore imho, the wiki "should" be even more important, for the users of Manjaro to refer to.
Generally, they rarely, if ever, use the wiki.
Which is the prime reason why (after years of it) I've stopped creating & maintaining Manjaro wiki pages. (Apart from some dickhed going through & marking things out of date & not informing the creator via an email or forum post - even when all of my wiki pages are linked to a forum page for users to post re. any problems & such in the "Support" section. That one was kind of the last straw... )
He/she was probably just some kid on a power trip I suppose... Likely came & went from the community in no time flat.
So while ever the Manjaro forum doesn't have a policy of not answering questions that are already answered in the wiki, then the "double" handling (so MUCH more than double handling) of the same old questions, over & over again, will go on forever. Which is how it is going to be/stay. Inefficient - much more labor/time intensive than it needs to be, when it comes to supporting users with relevant info'.
But hey, we are just humans, & we've proven empirically that we aren't anywhere near as smart as we think we are.