Documentation is paramount to increasing an open source project’s adoption and growth. Planning and writing documentation for a variety of users and taking into consideration their needs, backgrounds, and environments can quickly become complex and feel overwhelming. Using examples from new and mature open source projects, we’ll explore strategies and steps you can use to plan, organize, write and improve your documentation.
Sarah is the co-founder of OpenDevise. She’s passionate about helping open source projects find practical yet fun ways to communicate with their users and contributors.
Long ago, in a not-too-distant galaxy, she assessed hazardous waste sites and tracked pesticide routes through watersheds. So she knows a thing or two about identifying and eradicating stuff that kills projects, including poor documentation.
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