Greetings. I bring good tidings: The Sponge Documentation (SpongeDocs) is now available.
Once a Wiki, it was eaten by Gollum and then consumed by Sphinx, temporarily hosted on Read-the-Docs.
Now changes to SpongeDocs are updated from our GitHub repository.
Anyone can request an edit by submitting a Pull Request (PR) on GitHub.
Many thanks to @gratimax for his herculean efforts to make this magnificent system work.
At present, SpongeDocs is far from finished, but neither is Sponge.
NOTE: There is now a SpongeDocs sub-forum to keep it all in one place.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
You may be able to help - check out the pages, read the issues on GitHub, and see for yourself. There is quite a bit yet to be done, by those who have the ability. Many pages need to be written by developers who understand the new API. Anything that can help, from a brain-dump, a conversation on IRC, or a highly polished document with flowcharts and diagrams - whatever you can provide, docs staff will be happy to assist in getting the stuff we need onto our pages.
If you are interested in providing a translation of SpongeDocs, using CrowdIn is our preferred method. It’s free for FOSS projects (such as Sponge).
So, this is both an announcement, a call-to-action, and a repository for questions about SpongeDocs and the contribution process. Please try to be constructive where possible, and bring it on!
- Regards, Inscrutable, SpongeDocs Chief Editor-Overlord and Bard
PS: Many many thanks to those who have already contributed, and to the original Wiki team who had to endure sudden transformations of the entire docs.