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Re: [Gneuralnetwork] documentation

From: Jean Michel Sellier
Subject: Re: [Gneuralnetwork] documentation
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2016 11:50:12 +0100

Hi Robert,

Thanks for volunteering! I was initially thinking about a simple tutorial but your idea is much better and if you want to help about that you are more than welcome! Garvit Joshi, in CC, also wants to contribute with the documentation. You guys could contact each other and synchronize your efforts may be? Of course, I want to be involved too, at least to help you with the code structure and scripting commands so, please, put me in CC ok?

I was thinking initially to work all together by email since we are starting from scratch and there's nothing complicated involved (so far). The git repository is something on the way and it will happen soon anyway.

Finally, I was thinking that if we could first have a short tutorial about the script that is in the folder "tests", which we could share with the next release, it would be already a great (and useful) achievement! What you guys think?



2016-03-19 11:23 GMT+01:00 Robert <address@hidden>:
Hi Jean and all,

it seems you are looking for a user documentation. I believe both a user documentation and developer documentation would be best. The first obviously for people who are interested in using the gneural network within their project and for their own purpose. A developer documentation should enable other developers to understand the current architecture and implementation as well as it should enable developers to contribute to the gneural network or branch off their own version.

It's the first time I am working on a GNU project. Where should the documentation be stored? I guess it should also be on git.

Best regards,

Am 18. März 2016 19:15:27 MEZ, schrieb Jean Michel Sellier <address@hidden>:
Hello Community!

A few minutes ago I released Gneural Network 0.5.0 in the wild!

This version has now a scripting language which is quite convenient to define and run neural networks even for people who doesn't know anything about programming.

I was wondering if any of you would be interested in creating documented exmaple scripts and/or a (LaTex) documentation. Of course, whoever volunteers for these tasks will be assisted by me, no worries ;)



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