So it turns out that a bunch of people have viewed the "how to use reason" screencast that we put out last week. It seems like screencasts may be a good way of introducing certain concepts in the yt universe, because it really shows our audience exactly *how* to get certain functionality to work (along with a rewind button!). With that in mind, I wanted to see if anyone else wanted to create a screencast on some topic in yt. I tried to create a "How to" on making a yt screencast on the following page to help you out if you decide to make one. Furthermore, Matt and I outlined several possibilities for topics on the following page:
Topics include getting up and running, parallelization in yt, halo finding/usage, volume rendering, time-series/movie-making, defining your own field, etc. If you'd like to make one, feel free to volunteer and put your name next to one of the topics on the wiki (it should be editable by all), then just post one when you get a chance. We can put it in our blog and update the site with news of it. This may be a good way to supplement the documentation. Let me know if you have any comments!