I was just wondering why every useful bit of information about Oxygen that I search for in Google inevitably ends up at a WPDevdesign page behind a $500 paywall and not somewhere on an official Oxygen resource page. It’s extremely frustrating when, for instance, you’re trying to code a non-vanilla manual easyposts/repeater query and the only officially supplied information is a pointless list of what you can see with your own eyes in the configuration screen.
Would it really be so hard to have a wiki somewhere, or a list of useful snippets or some other developer focused resource? Even if it was just a list of user-contributed resources that you could search, it would be better than the current four options which are 1) read the Oxygen FAQ (futile), 2) Google it (end up at WPDevdesign), 3) Sit through 30 minutes of one of Elijah’s videos on YouTube and still not get the right answer, 4) Ask here and hope that someone responds. I know that this has been asked about before, particularly with regard to the only official Oxygen support group being on Facebook, but it just feels like the easy way out and one that actively works against the smooth development of sites using Oxygen.