I love the Maslow Community, and I’m a big fan of Discourse as a forum platform. That said, the high volume of activity creates an enormous amount of information that is not always organized for easy consumption, especially for newcomers. The wiki function in Discourse claims to help with this, but I have not seen this to be the case so far.
There have been many times that I have wished for more traditional documentation. Given that I can’t write Python, this might be a way for me to contribute back to this community that has been so helpful to me.
I am imagining a documentation template (like MkDocs) in github, and we handle updates / changes in traditional git fashion. I’m willing to put time in on this, and we can expand the doc group as interested volunteers surface. Somethink akin to traditional open sources projects.
Below is a first ‘Table of Contents’ brainstorm. What else should we include? Once a basic framework is in place, we could ‘audit’ the forum for additional categories and content. Topics could link back to popular discussion threads that are topical.
Would implementing this idea cause any issue for anyone?