On Sep 21, 2016, at 12:21 PM, Greg Trzeciak <gtrzec...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On the other hand I already shared my suggestion with Matthew Butterick twice
> on hishttp://beautifulracket.com/ which made me realise how superior the kind
> of direct interface as in the attached image is. You simply click on the
> paragraph add suggestion/question/correction and click send.
> I'm curious as to what is the experience of Matthew with this kind of
> interaction with users, how often he received meaningful messages through
> this interface?
I get meaningful messages frequently. To be fair, as a work in progress,
Beautiful Racket is wrong a lot more often than the Racket docs. Also, BR has
no corresponding mailing list or GitHub issues, as Racket does (and most add-on
Racket packages also do). Also, the comment form relies on being able to send
email, which requires cooperation with an SMTP server, which would create a new
network dependency that docs don't currently have (meaning, you can install
them on your local machine or use them offline and they work the same way).
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