For me, the content will be user uploadable, but I'll have to be reviewed by authorized people first (that's how win3x.org works for software uploading, and it's been working that way very well for over 15 years so that's definitely "bullet proof" 😁).
As for the jumper settings, I've simply removed them from the database, only to put them into a .pdf as a simple manual ^^. Also I've managed to extract documents from Microhouse Technical Library (1998 edition, so not as many boards are covered, but many are) and turned these old word 2.0 .doc files into .pdf files which look much nicer than the TH99 ones.
Here's an example :
Also if you didn't pay attention, I added this feature which will probably be very helpful for newbies to troubleshoot their motherboards 😀
This field at the moment can contain "Fake cache" "Leaky battery" "Bad dallas RTC chip" "bad electrolytic capacitors" "bad tantalum caps" and "underpowered AGP slot". That way if someone has reported a board having one of these issues, it'll be noted there and other peope finding this board will be warned about potential issues.
I have even bigger plans for this, but I'll talk about them when the whole site will be turned into a database and that most key features for it will be done (driver uploading, etc).
For now, only the motherboard section is turned into a database (there's more than 5000 motherboards documented there !), and I'll release it soon. Not every feature will be there yet (I need to work a lot more to add driver upload with what I want to do) but once I'm satisfied with it, I'll move on to turn the rest into a database and let users improve it afterwards 😀
Also since we all agree that we want content user uploadable, I think we should find a way to make new "jumper manuals". The PDFs from MTL seem to be a good source as the schematics there contain vectorized assets, but I can't think of any tools that would let me extract this data and then re-use it in a program to make new images. What do you think ?