Is it just me or is the quality of the Boost API docs just.. kind of terrible? Like compare it to cppreference (very good) or Qt docs (also great).

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    Can I have a feedback on this doc:

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    Not at all. There is no "they", the Boost Libraries is just a collection of individual libraries that each have their own author or maintainer, usually unpaid (although the C++ Alliance has changed that somewhat). The only funding that "Boost" gets is from running the C++Now conference, and some of that pays for the hosting of

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    Bringing newcomers up to speed is not the purpose of a reference, though. For that, a different kind of documentation is needed. This site gives a good overview over which kind of documentation is a good fit for which purpose:

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