Created by Edward Saperia and powered by Google Docs Enhancement Suite, the Coronavirus Tech Handbook has been designed to be a “dynamic resource with many hundreds of contributors that is evolving very quickly. Its design is a compromise between making it easy to read, making contributions intuitive, and maintaining long term engagement.”
The Coronavirus Tech Handbook contains content with self-isolating survival toolkits, advice for adapting to the outbreak, tracking the virus spread, as well as public knowledge and official information, and community help. It is a helpful and informative resource for all those working from home and self-isolating in this coronavirus storm.
If you wish to read it or be a contributor, you can find the Coronavirus Tech Handbook here.
Summary of contents:
Bear in mind that as the pandemic situation is moving very fast, the contributors may take time to reply to things. A few rules to pin somewhere:
“Don’t contact us to ask if you can put things into the handbook. You can add them yourself – it’s an open document. Twitter is best: @nwspk – Email replies may be slow: firstname.lastname@example.org” – Edward Saperia, Newspeak House