I love the idea of this It’s cool.
Personally I think more examples in the future would be good just to give people more things to learn from.
The major part I think that would be cool is a a big chapter about how to work with Krita documentation (I did see the pyq and krita api parts at the bottom) as that will be the biggest hurdle for anyone trying to get into this. It’s not really made for humans who are not working on Krita or more involved in this kind of thing.
Well, at least I think having thorough read on that can alleviate a lot of pain and help people not to give up or at least I assume this is focused not just on veteran programmers but also on people who are trying to use Krita and maybe tinker something for it on while they might not be python or C++ specialists by a trade? , and not just pain but showing how to get things done working together with documentation will make things easier on you as a creator and maintainer of this project (how is it about that fishing rod and the fish? Give fish and you feed, teach fishing and you can relax while they bring the fish? ;0)
I don’t know if this is part of the project scope or not I just, when learning new APIs, libs, languages, really appreciate if the devs/or someone else shows projects/code when they bluntly show/describe how to get to that together with documentation as that makes it more straightforward and much quicker to get me get comfortable in anything I would try to create or would try to study (I’m sure you know how it is, you as a dev know where to find what, what things mean but a new person even if given a link will be wondering how would I decide this is the part I needed or what this means and so on).
(I don’t know if my idea got across, is the description to difficult to understand, sorry I’d love to describe it better)
Definitely nice that your are putting together something that can get people going with scripting in krita keep going at this it’s a great work!