I see that https://github.com/fastai/fastai/issues (fastai lib) is being consistently cared for, but https://github.com/fastai/courses/issues (courses) has been neglected since January. Any reason why this is considered unimportant?
There are multiple opened issues and a large back up of pull requests - many of which are simple fixes for typos, and improvements to the notebooks. While clearly the library is the important thing, improving the course notebooks makes it better for those of us who are just joining the process.
Additionally, is there a wiki page that instructs us how to contribute to course notebooks (via issues, pull requests, format, etc.). I have sent several fixes through the forum and nobody picked them up. I then created github issues (initially in the wrong place, now moved to where they belong), same result. This is not very encouraging to improve things.
It’d be nice to have a wiki page with instructions, which could say:
- for fastai library submit fixes and improvements following these instructions …
- for fastai courses we currently accept no improvements, so please don’t send any
p.s. if your answer is - why don’t you do it - I’d be happy to once I become more acquainted with this domain/space, I’m still figuring it out.