The news remain the same as the previous
one -- and we're also streaming education staff meetings weekly (previous one here
). So today I'd like to make a request:
Each software project on the network will have a dedicated wiki for themselves. They will decide what goes in there -- usual common sense caveats apply (NSFW things, vicious attacks on any individual, etc.)
However, Handmade Network will display a sitewide wiki, and we'd like suggestions on what to have shortly after release
. Here are some examples already given and mentioned on Patreon: (1) documenting API irregularities in MSDN, (2) central list of OpenGL bugs, (3) detailed schematics (think IP / TCP) and sample implementations of protocols, etc.
You can make a comment here, start a dedicated thread, or contact us directly.
This is Meaningful
You might think your suggestions may be "too dumb" or "everyone probably already suggested this." Suggest anyway! You'd be surprised how many lurkers are around because
they're afraid they'll be seen as someone who doesn't have programming foo. We're doing this to help everyone
learn and grow in the handmade space.