As the title already indicates, my question to you is: Would anyone be interested in a "Modding Handbook - rFactor2"? We have the official documents and a lot of different other resources (forum posts, tutorials) but I was always struggling to find what I was searching for, or what I finally found was not sufficiently answering my questions. So in the end I found myself collecting all the stuff into one collection and editing everything to be more consistent and accessible (sorted, searchable, standard structure, etc.). I was really doing this for my own in first place, and I will definitely continue if the development of rF2 won't kill my motivation some day, cough. However, I was wondering whether other modders or future modders would be interested in something like a modding handbook!? I was also wondering if opening this for others to contribute (e.g., via git repo) would make sense!? To hopefully find an answer on these questions, I start this thread and a little poll. Here is a sneak peak of what my handbook currently looks like (of course very much WIP and subject to change): Looking forward to your answers and responses! Of course, if anyone is interested in the details of what the handbook already includes and will include as it progresses, please let me know. PS: The handbook will definitely not cover detailed tutorials for using 3D software or such. It will touch some basic things as needed, but that will be it. At max it may include a collection of available links/resources where further tutorials can be found.