The whole objective of communities is to ensure that efforts are not duplicated, to help on-board contributors and users and to make usage as straightforward as possible. As for video tutorials, these are both necessary and essential. We have a whole slew of learning management systems whose content is based on video tutorials. Udemy, LinkedIn and if you wanna say thats maybe not for programmers, look at the success of coding schools leveraging on videos like Treehouse and the like. You need to dedicate resources to de-obfuscating usage
Botpress is brilliant. Its contributors are intelligent. But the targeted users have barely any support. The documentation is as unclear as milk. The youtube channel has eight videos with only one really useful video posted a few days ago. And you aint telling us how to do anything. Just how pieces of it work. Take messenger integration for instance. Messenger is part of almost all bot stacks but you simply pulled the gui where I insert all variables away and now I have to do the try-debug-retry dance which is an absolute waste of time. You suggest search engines but courtesy starts at home dont you think.
And come-on guys. I know you want to seperate content and developer roles. But why are you trying to make developing such a big secret. I am sure you could even put a section on the gui with a text editor and cli. The try-edit-retry route is just too unnecesary. We dont have time for that, we want to push projects in the shortest space of time and we want learning material that is topic specific and that introduces us to all the important features of botpress. This is very easy to do. You demonstrated that yourselves four days ago on youtube. Screen capture, text to voice and a 15 minute investment and bang you have a video that is really helpful. Compare the (theoretic) number of very capable js coders out there to the number of people who use botpress and the learning gap will become very clear especially considering how long botpress has been around.
So please, indulge your users and you will be chaffed at how many developers will assimilalate Botpress into their botstack.