StackOverflow Documentation Beta


#1

Hi, @Hongwei

I received an ad from StackOverflow, introducing their "Documentation"
feature in beta, here http://stackoverflow.com/tour/documentation. It seems
useful for tutorials, too. You can have a look.

It needs at least five requests for the #ats tag to allow us to create
documents. Anyone interested is welcomed to click the following link to
help make it happen. http://stackoverflow.com/documentation/ats/commit

I attach here a screenshot for a Python documentation.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-nfyTyZysPfM/V5Dw7_1RanI/AAAAAAAAYns/cBGs_m1ZMWssarwASnlO4k3ilRJN-j23QCLcB/s1600/Screen%2BShot%2B2016-07-21%2Bat%2B11.56.52%2BAM.png


#2

This looks like a very good ecosystem.
Yes, we should definitely try hard to get in. Please click.On Thursday, July 21, 2016 at 11:51:49 AM UTC-4, Steinway Wu wrote:

Hi, @Hongwei

I received an ad from StackOverflow, introducing their "Documentation"
feature in beta, here http://stackoverflow.com/tour/documentation. It
seems useful for tutorials, too. You can have a look.

It needs at least five requests for the #ats tag to allow us to create
documents. Anyone interested is welcomed to click the following link to
help make it happen. http://stackoverflow.com/documentation/ats/commit

I attach here a screenshot for a Python documentation.

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-nfyTyZysPfM/V5Dw7_1RanI/AAAAAAAAYns/cBGs_m1ZMWssarwASnlO4k3ilRJN-j23QCLcB/s1600/Screen%2BShot%2B2016-07-21%2Bat%2B11.56.52%2BAM.png