Hello, I am more pessimistic. My opinion is just that documentation is not fun (at least not as feature development is), boring and not valuable from a skills point of view (I don't mean valuable on the project side).
All in all, people could be tired to work on such a tasks in the long term. This is what I feel from Harrissou email and from my own experience. Unfortunately, I didn't have time the previous year and can't go to the haskfest which doesn't help to contribute. Sorry for a so pessimistic email. Y. Le 13/04/2018 à 11:39, matteo a écrit : > Hi Harrissou, > > thanks for raising this. I would say we really need more people working > on the documentation. I don't know how to find other contributors but we > have. > > Just run > > git shortlog -sn --after="2018-01-01" > > and you can see that there are a few contributors for this repo. > > IMHO now that images preview are visible in github there is easier also > for other people to contribute. > > I cannot understand if there are some people out there that want to > contribute but the system "complexity" (git + sphinx + ...) blocks them > to do that. > > Just thinking aloud: do you think that a short video tutorial could be > useful? We have a nice documentation for who wants to step in, but a > short and explicit video maybe is more sexy? > > > Thanks again for raising this > > Cheers > > Matteo > _______________________________________________ > Qgis-community-team mailing list for organizing community resources such as > documentation, translation etc.. > Qgisemail@example.com > https://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-community-team -- http://yjacolin.gloobe.org
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