As has been pointed out by @nehon and others the wiki needs to expand beyond single class implementations for tutorials.
With single class examples, the wiki has been almost exclusively linking to java files stored in the engine archives. At most, including 2 or 3 java classes inside the tutorial itself.
For more complex examples this is not going to work so I would like to have input on where and how to store the more complex examples. For starters, I am about to complete the jme3AI tutorial which has 9 classes to demonstrate its use.
Placing them in a Zip file and uploading them to the resources folder makes the most sense to me for many reasons but the main reason being it keeps the wiki content control with the core team as it is now.
However, storing them in the wiki archive could eat up a lot of space if they contained assets so that’s a drawback.
I could also restructure the resource folder to be the same as the asciidoc folder to keep things in sync.
I would like some input from others on the best way to handle the storage of the more complex tutorial assets.
To me it should be a separate github repo with a project containing all the example.
You would have just to link the package where the example is implemented, and maybe have a readme in the project to explain how to run the examples.
right now the wiki is also done using github. Just put the examples on the same account as whatever JME and the wiki use and that solves most problems.
The only thing that it doesn’t solve is that changing the code examples need a pull request but considering that the wiki also works that way already and that it is probably a good idea to have code examples be reviewed first makes it at least in my opinion a non-issue