The Graph Hub is a free, open-source and community-driven knowledge base and documentation initiative on The Graph Protocol kickstarted by The Graph Academy.
The goal of The Graph Academy is to establish a single go-to-resource for essential information about The Graph Protocol. It is our vision to jointly build a vast knowledge base that empowers community members to master The Graph and to excel as participants in the protocol.
We seek to create this single source of essential information on The Graph through the following community initiatives:
The Graph Academy for hands-on, interactive tutorials and detailed guides´as well as news and discussions on recent developments in the The Graph ecosystem and much more
The Graph Hub for detailed documentation from the figureheads and experts in The Graph community as well as everyone else who likes to participate
Montly community meetups that showcase new features and use cases
The monthly The Graph Academy Podcast with exciting interviews and in-depth discussions on the protocol we all have come to love so much
Graphylicous Monthly Newsletter with insightful updates about The Graph and community initiatives in the ecosystem to keep you up to date
You are now in the Docs section which is the core of The Graph Academy. The documentation is hosted on GitHub and made freely available as open source. This means that anyone in the community is able to contribute to this documentation. Doing so allows this initiative to keep the community-driven information unbiased, up to date and concise.
If you're new to The Graph Protocol, you can learn more about it in this introduction: What the Graph Is
The The Graph Hub is a decentralized community documentation, which allows everyone to contribute in a meaningful way. If you like to participate, follow these steps:
Create a GitHub account or login with your existing account
Navigate to the The Graph Hub's GitHub repository
Make your first pull request. This tutorial video explains how this is done.
Members of the community will review your pull request and check it for accuracy.
To help you get started and to keep the content within this documentation uniform, we have created a template you can use when adding your own pages to the repo.
To keep the community safe and secure, every contributor upholds the following guidelines:
Include links to supporting sources/documentation and additional resources
No marketing or sponsored posts
No promotion of ICOs/token sales
No inappropriate content
No speculation, price talk, or OTC offers or requests
No affiliate links
No hate speech
DISCLAIMER: The Graph Academy and The Graph Hub are free and open-source initiatives founded by The Graph community members. Nothing contained in this Github repository should be considered financial or investment advice - it is for informational purposes only.