10 things I've learned working with Perl 6 documentation

By: Juan Julián Merelo-Guervós (‎jmerelo‎) from Granada.pm
Date: Not scheduled yet.
Duration: 50 minutes
Target audience: Any
Tags: 6 documentation perl

Documentation for any computer language works at several different levels, just like the Perl onion. There's the source, the text itself, and then there's the tooling to publish it in a web site. Of course, there's the people working on it too. That's three layers that form a complex technosocial system.
I've been working on and off the Perl 6 documentation for several months, but I didn't start to really understand how everything works and fits together until I started the grant by the beginning of April 2018. Here's 10, or maybe eleven by the time I get to give the talk, things I've learned while working for this grant. First lesson: we need more people to be involved. So this is also an invitation to help with Perl 6 through its documentation.

Attended by: Fernando Santagata

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