Enthusiastic new proxmox use here. My experience in the past two hours, discrete problems in bold... Find some holes in the documentation. I get it. Not a huge deal, plus I see there's a wiki! The two wiki articles I'm depending cover the documentation gap, but are are badly outdated. I figure out, and document, some solutions on my own. I want to pass the info along, so I look for the wiki's Register link... Register link? There isn't one. Not even one that actually takes users no a page explaining why. So I click Log In. Nope, no Register link or note there either. I scroll to the bottom of the front page, looking for info about the wiki rather than proxmox proper, as found in every other wiki ever. Nothing of the sort. I look on the left for About Wiki or Help. Nada. I give up on manual navigation, and use a search engine to see how to register. Only then do I find a forum post with a user proposing a wiki change, and later another random forum post about registration being closed due to spam. Along the way I find an employee note that parts of the wiki are now process documentation, along with a suggestion to learn your documentation system, make edits, and submit documentation updates via git. I roll my eyes. Having given up on the wiki / documentation edit, I hop over to the forum and start as all new forum members should; I look for the About Forum page, or a sticked post with forum rules and suggestions. No such animal. I type up my own detailed, technical, wiki-centric forum post, hoping some employee will see fit to read my post, do some due diligence, and finally hoping they'll edit the wiki for me. I'm told AFTER trying to post, that new members can't post links. I cannot de-link my urls because your forum auto-links plaintext before looking for links. *facepalm* I cannot remove the links altogether, since my posts contain CODE blocks intended to be run by users, which by their nature necessarily contain urls. I look again for a page or post with help or rules, hoping to find the time/post-count threshold after which I can include urls. I find only the forum Help and Terms of Service pages; but they're obvious c.y.a. boilerplate that has never helped anyone. Why am I wasting all this time trying to engage your hostile community systems? Eighteen problems off the top of my head, and ultimately failure, all because your wiki mods can't deal with spam and neither can xenforo? Even if the spam cannot be helped, the communication can; but you've had not even the courtesy of a note on the Wiki login page and forum front page, both welcoming newbies and warning/informing them of the state of things. If you're a random community member somehow reading this far, sorry so salty... I just don't like having my time spent in good faith efforts just wasted, and I'm sure I'm not the first.