This space is intended to track the current status of documentation. As documentation is generated and organized in a more cohesive way, this may no longer be necessary.
Who Can Contribute
Hopefully anyone! These are people who are thinking especially hard about this:
What needs to get done
- Reorganize the information that's already at PineNote Development.
- This means creating new pages, like PineNote: Getting Started that contains the important info.
- Create a getting started page
- Page to more clearly describe what "the project" even is
- Answer the question: Why does Pine64 sell the PineNote?
- There are a number of folks doing different things. There is no cohesive effort, but what someone else accomplishes may help you, and documenting/organizing these efforts can maximize the chances for cross-pollination.
- Outline how to get involved in the community.
- We know there's chat, but that's not "active" involvement.
- Provide resources to learn about the technology behind the PineNote and development efforts.
End User Personas to Consider
When we think of "who may buy/use a PineNote", we have to consider the personas who would purchase this:
- Hardware developers interested in e-ink and open source development
- Software developers who enjoy e-ink hardware and want to explore building software leveraging e-ink hardware.
- Technologists who understand the product category and want to experience/test out using the PineNote.
- Pure end users who want an open source/copyleft version of the remarkable 2.
- End users who have no clue about the product category (e.g. imagine they got this as a gift).
Right now, of the above personas, none of them are getting effective documentation, with hardware developers getting the most information of the bunch.