Re: Website Link to GitHub / Source + License of the content Lassi Kortela
21 Aug 2021 05:16 UTC
> I think this is really important so docs can be improved by users.
> All documentation on website should point to proper GitHub repo where you can
> see the code, report an issue and/or create a PR with a fix or improvement.
> I was looking at surveys and already fixed few issues with my
> Scheme interpreter and few unit tests from those documents. It help a lot but
> there are no links to GitHub repo where all those files are located, you can
> even know that they are source file.
> Also another things is license for the content. It should be written in a way
> that everyone can use it any way he likes (best CC0) unless written otherwise
> e.g. Cookbook that will have multi license.
Good idea. I already experimented with a footer on the front page of
each subdomain (e.g. at https://video.scheme.org/) but it would be
better to have it on all pages.
The footer could state the license and link to the file on GitHub. And
also link to the place where the content is discussed (mailing list,
github issues, etc.)