We're looking for your comments on how to best organize the wiki's content.
The problem with namespaces is when a contributor adds something to the article, they aren't familiar with the namespaces of the wiki. So we (as editors) have to move the article and set redirect links to clean up after them. However, when a user fails to add an article to the appropriate namespace, we just add the category.
It just feels like enforcing strict organization like this is making more work for us. We want a low barrier to entry for contributors, and we also want our cleanup jobs to be as streamlined as possible. Enforcing article name conventions, especially for tutorials, seems counter-intuitive.
Also, the colons in the titles of the pages look ugly. But maybe I'm the only one who thinks so. :P
For me, wikis just don't work without namespaces. It's just all technical and all. Helps you from being confused with actual articles.