Hello all,

Ali just told me about pida.  It sounds intriguing, but the docs don't
tell me nearly enough.

I propose the following project.  I'll tell you what I'd like to see
in the docs, and make suggestions.  The the pida developers would
update the docs and we'll repeat.

I should be a good guinea pig: I'm an experienced python programmer
who knows nothing about pida but would like to know much more.

The goal is to have a doc pages that tell newbies everything they need
to know to get turned on to pida.  In other words, we want the docs to
make people interested in pida.

Does this seem like a worthwhile project? If so, we can start today.

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