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Documenting Your Python Projects (Part 1)

The documentation of your project will vary based on whether it is private, shared, or public. In this lesson, you’ll go through recommended documentation minimums for each type of project, and see why these particular parts are needed.

ron53white on March 12, 2020

Sorry, more misunderstanding.

At about 4:07 we’re talking about using GitHub, and the recommended template should be used or added.

Then, “For Open Source projects especially, consider [unintelligible/garbled]”

Andrew Stephen RP Team on March 13, 2020

Hi @ron53white, what I actually say there is “consider adding this”, referring to the Code of Conduct file I had just been talking about. Sorry for the confusion!

ron53white on March 13, 2020

Thank you! (Probably need to put in my hearing aids.)

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