Thankfully, the community has created a number of very helpful blog posts about MSpec. Unfortunately, I’ve been quite bad at aggregating them into a single authoritative source and documenting the few but somewhat obscure APIs and tools that make up MSpec. It is on my list of things to do but time has been rather… tight. I’d love to get it up sooner than later, as MSpec is getting more and more eyes on it and I want to make things as smooth as possible for new users.
That’s where this plea comes in, I’m looking for someone to help put together some documentation in one place, probably the github README.markdown. I obviously don’t have anything to offer other than fame and fortune (minus the fortune and probably the fame). Rest assured, though, that myself and the rest of the community (like kreiggers) would be forever grateful.
I’d be happy to edit and keep up to date the documentation once created so this wouldn’t be an ongoing effort, but I could use some help getting started. Ping me on twitter if you’re interested and we can brainstorm a bit. Thanks in advance and sorry for the spam.