Emacs Prelude Gets a User Manual

This is going to be a really short post.

For ages I’ve planned to create a user manual for Emacs Prelude, but I never got to doing so. Writing a good manual is a huge amount of work and I was wary (and lazy) to commit to doing it. Today I realized that probably having some manual (even if it’s not good) beats having no manual, so I quickly sliced and diced the old huge README of the project, and compiled it together into this proto-manual.

I’ll try to find some time to improve it, but I can make no promises. You can certainly help me out by working on the manual yourselves, though. Prelude is pretty simple, so I assume that everyone, who has spent a bit of time using it, is more than qualified to work on improving its documentation. By the way, the manual features a dedicated section for working on the manual! Coincidence? I don’t think so.

Keep hacking!