[Numpy-discussion] reviewers needed for NumPy
Fri Jul 23 14:01:06 CDT 2010
We are (finally) about to begin reviewing and proofing the NumPy
docstrings! This is the final step in producing professional-level
docs for NumPy. What we need now are people willing to review docs.
There are two types of reviewers:
Technical reviewers should be developers or *very* experienced NumPy
users. Technical review entails checking the source code (it's
available on a click in the doc wiki) and reading the doc to ensure
that the signature and description are both correct and complete.
Presentation reviewers need to be modestly experienced with NumPy, and
should have some experience either in technical writing or as
educators. Their job is to make sure the docstring is understandable
to the target audience (one level below the expected user of that
item), including appropriate examples and references.
Review entails reading each page, checking that it meets the review
standards, and either approving it or saying how it doesn't meet them.
All this takes place on the doc wiki, so the mechanics are easy.
Please post a message on scipy-dev if you are interested in becoming a
reviewer, or if you have questions about reviewing. As a volunteer
reviewer, you can put as much or as little time into this as you like.
--jh-- for the SciPy Documentation Project team
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