Regarding the previous request to show the two different, basic concepts for the Quick-Start-Guide:
The advantage of going this route is, as I've previously explained, that users get gradually thought everything neceassary to operate Whonix, rather than in one session, making the whole "ordeal" easier to digest. Arguments against it have been that this approach isn't really of use considering users likely click" through the whole thing in one go eitherway since they want to use Whonix to its fullest immediately. Adding to that, finding what you are looking for might be harder than with an "one-page-solution". However, I personally feel that a chapter based approach makes a project look better, though that is likely just me.
The advantages of a "one-page-concept" with click- and linkable subcategories is rather obvious. It's easier to maintain, let's users find information more quickly and efficiently and all in all is very similar to what we currently have on MediaWiki on sites like "DoNot". Different to those however, to save screenspace, it was (at least at the time) decided against having the chapters on top or the site of the page. This might make finding your way arround as a newcomer harder. However, since newcomers should be reading the entire thing anyways, this shouldn't be a deal breaker. Having one long, ongoing page also means that we should try to keep the information as focused, short and simple as is humanly possible, otherwise we (as I've mentioned in detail before) may overwhelm users with so much information that they wouldn't want to use Whonix in the first place or (even worse) underwhelm them so much that they immediately presume all that information isn't necessary and is already something they know. Both states we should avoid, as far as I'm concerned.
Have a nice day,