[sugar] apis at 4%
Marco Pesenti Gritti
Mon Sep 22 11:11:35 EDT 2008
On Mon, Sep 22, 2008 at 4:42 PM, David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> What do you suggest?
If I understand your explanations correctly, the system already
support some kind of review workflow... could devs just get involved
> I can go back to filing bugs in the tracker or I can post patches to the
> mailing list.
> Generating the initial api documentation has an inherent tension.
> Nobody knows how to get starting writing the 1250+ blank docstrings in
> Sugar. Hence, they have been sitting for empty.
> Following the theory of 'worse is better' we at least need to stub out
> the docstrings before others will join in the effort. The initial
> quality of the docstring will be embarrassingly low.
> We can improve bad. The hard step is ironically going from blank to
Yeah. I'm not suggesting to block you on very detailed review like I'd
do if it was code. I just suspect that having a very high level look
to the stuff which is going in might help to improve quality quite a
bit without slowing you down too much...
One way to do it, without blocking you on reviews, would be that we
have a look to the documentation done so far and we post suggestions
to the list.
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