Chia Network has recently launched a much better documentation website with a unified focus on all their different properties. They have been teasing this over the past few AMAs, with documentation as a key focus for the company. This is very good, as up to date documentation will make or break them as they start getting into the multinational organization and national government technology partner space.
The site is significantly better organized than what they had before, and is based on Docusaurus2, which seems to be the backbone for a lot of crypto documentation sites. I am not super familiar, but after poking around Chia Docs I am growing to like it.
Importantly the content of the documentation is open source under the Apache2 license and hosted on Github so it is very easy for any other entity in the Chia ecosystem to both use what they need there however they need it, as well as encouraging everyone to contribute to the repo and flesh it out to completeness.
In my professional life documentation is something that is both greatly valued, and undervalued. It is rarely done in real time and is frequently an afterthought. But it is critically important to both smooth operations as well as business continuity of the blockchain. Good documentation will allow ecosystem players to build and develop on the Chia Blockchain without hand-holding by Chia Network as well as allow another entity or group of people to pick up the baton if Chia Network drops it in the future. Without good documentation it is hard to say that the Chia Blockchain is truly decentralized, as knowledge will be concentrated in a private company. This is a great first step towards mitigating that risk.
Edit: Thanks to our friend Jack who has told me that Chiabee has also launched a Chinese version here, which is fantastic. Great to see the Chinese community taking care of business. This is why its great to see Chia launching their docs as open source.