Documentation is so important for software development. It's one of the areas where FOSS projects receive contributions. This is reflected in improvements in the documentation and availability in other languages. The Rust project developed mdbook, a command-line tool used for publishing the official documentation. Through this talk, you will know more about this tool, how you can use it and where to publish your project documentation.
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