Very informative ebook as Alan said. Kudos to you for your work on extending the accessibility and reach of myStorm
+1 for changing its form to allow others to contribute - this would make it even better and make access to the latest version easier.
I'm happy to use some of the limited uncommitted time I have to make a start (and hopefully complete) converting what you've written so far to something like gitbook or a wiki as I'm keen for mystorm to flourish.
However I know that with my limited free time it would be hard for me to maintain it (as sole maintainer) long term, so I feel it would only be helpful if you (and hopefully others) were happy extending your great document in this form later and others were on board to help with maintenance tasks going forward.
Is that of interest?
I'm interested in collaborative documentation as I think it is a great way to open access to information. I'm interested in learning gitbook, but happy to take recommendations for other ways to do this.
In the background I've been working on a text editor that integrates with gitlab / github (and provides linked panels to store research), mainly as an exercise in expanding my qt knowledge - sadly this is an 'idea with some code attached' as I've thrown myself into my current work role for the last few months so I've been too tired when I've had free time to make any headway (I need several almost uninterrupted hours to assimilate info, not a couple of hours here and there)