There was a Tinderbox wiki at one point. It was difficult to sustain the community’s interest in maintaining it. These things tend to start enthusiastically, then peter out. The only comparable site that comes to mind is the Keyboard Maestro wiki, which is almost entirely a volunteer effort by some extraordinarily dedicated individuals (such as @JMichaelTX).
There’s nothing stopping anyone from creating a Tinderbox wiki site, of course, if you want to @gregginca?
But, wait, if it’s about “how do I do X”, then what’s the difference between the wiki suggestion and this forum? Or the legacy Tinderbox forum for old versions of the app? Or the books, or aTbRef? (Talk about someone contributing, sometimes I think @mwra lives his life so that we can understand and capitalize on Tinderbox – which he does for FREE!)
So, it’s not like no one is trying to help. I’d suggest that every single question arising in this forum gets answered in precise detail – that is to say, every question that the readers here understand. Some folks are unable to explain their requirements, which is another problem for a different thread.
Maybe it’s not possible to list “here’s the top 100 things you’ll want to do, and how to do them”. Because everyone’s top 100 is different, or maybe many of use have no idea what we want to do until a new project comes along and we have to use the tremendous power and flexibility of Tinderbox to figure out a new way.
Which leads, in a sense, to the “8 ways to export text”. There are eight (actually more) ways precisely because Mark B has listened to all of us over the years and responded to requests for different outcomes. From where I sit, I think that’s mainly how Tinderbox grew and continues to grow. It’s not a case of over-complexity, it’s more a case of “you don’t need this feature – don’t use it – someone else will”.