Networking in GNU/Linux
I've been working on a new page in the "First steps" section of PolishLinux.org that is supposed to cover the networking in GNU/Linux. I want it presented in a way that can be understood by a person who has always used Windows before.
I wrote this introductory page: http://polishlinux.org/first-steps/networking/ but I'm stuck on the pages specific to each technology. I'd like to have a single page for each network connection type (like grps, wifi, modems, cable or dsl) that tells the user a few crucial things about the technology itself, ways of using it in Linux, pointing to a few external resources where the problem is adressed in detail.
Do you think this approach is reasonable? I'd like to hear your feedback both about the main page and the technology-specific pages (of which only the WiFi page is kind of ready: http://polishlinux.org/first-steps/networking/wifi/).