IN COMMON API documentation for developers, designers, and users.
This conference is used to document the API and IN COMMON applications using it. Topics with the #apidoc tags generate and keeps up-to-date the official API documentation. Additional tags can appear to specify which type of documentation the discussion is about:
- along with #apidoc tag:
- other tags can be used to indicate the type of documentation, e.g., #howto for guides using or contributing to the API, or #security…
#missing gives a hint to the documentation system to include this topic in the next version and is only available to
Contributing to IN COMMON documentation
Topics in this conference should only document the API itself. It you need help about something else, consider #welcome:needs instead.
You must be a member (@trust_level_2) or a developer to create new topics, but everyone can reply. If you cannot create a topic and need help, you can use the #agora or #welcome:speak-up start a new topic, and it will be moved here by @documentors. You can visit the
@documentors page) and request to join the group at any time.
Please refer to the #api:support conference for community support.