[Numpy-discussion] Collection of Questions for Explanations

Melissa Mendonça melissawm at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 11:18:57 EDT 2020


Sounds like a good idea, Mrinal! Make sure to tag it with DOC and mention
that it's a tracking issue in the description.

Cheers,

Melissa

Em sex, 10 de jul de 2020 02:59, Saber Tooth <sabertooth2022 at gmail.com>
escreveu:

> Hi Mentors ,
>
> In the last Docs meeting , we discussed about Explanations and ways we
> could use to gather relevant topics for which we could provide explanations
> . The light was shed upon mining of questions firstly from numpy
> communities via Discussion like groups , then move to other sources .
>
> We can mine such topics from the NumPy community via mining email threads
> of numpy-discussion at python.org  for Questions . Apart from doing this I
> am thinking of opening an issue , the track of which will be kept by me and
> other contributors if they wish . We can write relevant topics for
> explanations over there . The link to this issue can be shared with
> numpy-discussion at python.org and other NumPy community forums , where
> contributors can comment their questions or queries which they wish to get
> documented  .
>
> This way we can avoid multiple Github issues by using one Github issue ,
> moreover this issue will populate queries from the community which will be
> visible to everyone and may give rise to ideas regarding explanations which
> we haven't thought about , in fact we can close other such issues later by
> moving their queries to this issue .
>
> In this manner we can have enough data within a month or two to document
> an Explanations page . Then we could frame explanations from this pool of
> data in this single Github issue ,
>
> Do suggest your ideas/advice for the following and also if we should be
> doing something else .
>
> Thanks ,
> Mrinal Tyagi
>
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