The Thank you list
This site could not be built without the help of many people. I was inspired to write details on how different mechanics work in reality versus what the wiki pages badly show. There are good and bad ways to use these things, so a neutral opinion isn't a good idea for a video game with exact mechanics.
The Pandemic Horde New Bean Initiative program. This group helps new players for Horde. They have been great with motivating me to collect them.
The Eve Online Discord New Player channel. I started helping here, and started seeing the real limitations of the wiki and the horde forums, which were hard to search anyway.
xy - for building out his own templates in word, which I link to throughout. "xy — 2023/4/23 10:25 PM @Kismeteer do whatever you want with “my” docs, here’s your legally binding permission" Most of this site is inspired by him, and he wrote at least 10% directly. He wrote Beginner Activities, Skill Plans and will be the rewrite of the Ship fitting guide
Hokaba Hanaya - giving realistic feedback on how they'll deal with these answers. Some great layout suggestions too! He also linked me the idea for my header image!
Warn Michael - For actually trying to fix things on the eve uni wiki with us! Great feedback as well!
Market Barbarian - Done a great job fact checking me and providing additional details and exact text.
DrRandom77 - giving me ideas on how to improve several pages.
Sl1imJ1m - Providing a document for the High sec mining page.
Ramesen Illat - Worked on the eveuni wiki after our project failed.
ISD Forgefire - For helping us making sure we can help new players as best as players can.
Many others. I try to call out people supporting me inside these pages themselves to try to give credit.
Just to track a little history, this project started with Interdictor Nullification not being on the wiki. At all. It was mentioned but linked to a dev blog, but no explanation. So I started a thread to start to update the wiki on the eve online discord with an easy to search tag of 'EODUP'. Some of these wiki pages still exist but all got flagged for not matching their style guide, which is fine I didn't know it was a thing. Including one with details that are hard to get out of large null sec groups. Sadly, we were not able to work out these style changes and the data was removed entirely.
My hope now is to just have a running site by an active player, with constant updates, that I can easily link to new players. The key is to have a opening paragraph that shows 'above the fold' on discord, so they can easily see it covers the data we are interested.
If you have a question, just think of 'what can this do to help new players'. I honestly don't care if they join us in horde or not, as long as they enjoy the game that I love.