I've been working in the evenings (and, today, during the day a little bit...) on the documentation. Britton, Stephen and Jeff have also chipped in and written a bunch.
I've uploaded a new build of the docs (which will last until the next svn commit, at which point it'll be wiped and replaced with whatever is in SVN currently) to here:
There are two new features I wanted to mention:
The cookbook ( http://yt.enzotools.org/doc/cookbook/recipes.html ) is programmatically generated from the cookbook repository ( http://hg.enzotools.org/cookbook ) and images are generated automatically as well. All other locations of examples will be wiped and either left empty or replaced with links or content programmatically generated from the cookbook repository. It is 100% my fault, but we have too many scattered, sometimes broken, sometimes outdated, undocumented examples all over the place. This is my attempt to fix that.
I've added comments to every page in the documentation using disqus.com. Currently you need an OpenID (gmail supplies this) to comment. All comments are aggregated on a single page on disqus's site, or they can be viewed threaded-inline in the docs. This can be expanded to accept Facebook logins, but I was hesitant on that. What are y'all's thoughts?
Also, there are still some major blank spaces in the docs. I'm working on filling them in, as are other people (mentioned above). If you'd like to help out, pick out a spot, clone the yt-doc repo, add text or images or whatever, and I'll give you push privs. (Of course, as soon as you clone a repo, you already have commit privs. :)