Provide user-created readable, applicable documentation of procedures and software outside of official or non-existent documents.
I've run across a lot of great projects that do not provide great documentation. I feel that in order to have remarkable projects readable, understandable, and applicable documentation should be a standard. This process is often neglected, placed on the back-burner for when a project is complete.
This maybe acceptable for a in-house or closed source project that has yet to be released to the public. But, when you have a project that is being tested by individuals that are not directly included in the development process. Then at the very least, a summary of expected behavior, documentation of procedure and explanations for such should be provided.
Any documentation that I create here is designed to be a supplement to any existing documentation and should not be considered official or definitive. I started this project to clarify some other projects that I take part in.
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