Some links on the https://orienteeringusa.org/resources/club-develop...
are there because some of us created threads for ourselves where we just add things for our benefit, like mine, where I started with a systematic way of doing things, updated as needed, or not as time allowed or not. As I have helped some people getting started, it was easier to just share the file than re-writing the instructions.
As I am going through Lidar data of different projections, quality, etc., in a state where I have to figure out everything anew for every freaking county to get the Lidar data into UTM and meter, I got a lot of help from JLaughlin, which I am adding to my file. He graciously shared his file (A Brief Guide....) with me, too. As others could also benefit from his file, I was glad he added it to the OUSA page, and I can thus share it more easily with others, especially our young mappers.
Same is true for Bill's file, where he also shared his file with me because the MapPuzzle and QGIS instructions in there - again not a file intended for publication, but rather a presentation - and then graciously agreed to have it linked on the OUSA page so that this info could be more easily be shared with others
Same is true for the OOM drawing one, where again, it was great when the author's mom shared that with me, and I asked her to please have it added to the OUSA page. All these files have already been of great help to some of our novice mappers.
So Yes, a wiki combining all this beautiful knowledge would be great!