On Fri, Jul 19, 2019 at 2:26 PM Amirouche Boubekki <xxxxxx@gmail.com> wrote:
They told me that usually, the devdocs is generated from existing documents that live in the web. So, I am wondering what to do from here, since I don't think SRFI documents qualify as user documentation.

I don't see why SRFI documents would be disqualified.  That are existing documents that live on the web, they pertain to many Scheme implementations, and since those implementations often don't provide their own documentation for SRFI APIs, they substitute for that user documentation.
Also, devdocs.io requires the permission to use the documentation in
commercial setting.

SRFIs use the MIT license, which certainly grants enough freedom that people can use the documentation in a commercial setting.
I think getting the documentation on devdocs.io would be something
extra. It would be best if we could get together something as snappy
and easy to use as devdocs.io using Scheme :)

I agree that it would be great to have something Scheme-native, but I would love for our documentation to be part of devdocs.io, too, both because I use devdocs.io and because a Scheme presence in devdocs.io is great advertising for the language and its implementations.  Devdocs.io is popular, and seeing Scheme there, even in passing, might bring us a lot of newly interested folks.