Just to pipe up for the other side, while I would by no means defend the
lack of documentation as a good thing, given limited resources I actually
prefer new features at the expense of documentation. I realize there is a
large range of computer expertise in the pymol user community, and obviousl=
there are many who prefer more documentation, but even with an occasional
frustration of not finding something I need, I personally am pretty happy
with the users list archive, the wiki, and the "help" command within pymol.
And at "worst" (i.e. least immediate), I've found that this list gives
pretty helpful and rapid responses.
So without knowing anything of the timetable for development, I'd suggest
the lack of a full up-to-date manual is excusable (or at least not grounds
for removal of support) at least in the drive to version 1.0 or some simila=
To reiterate, I'm not trying to force this view on anyone, just provide som=
representation for the alternate (possibly minority) enjoyment of exciting
and useful new features that take a bit more effort to learn to use given
the lack of documentation...and therefore encourage us to help each other
out in the meantime.
Also motivated to speak up since my last message appeared a catalyst for th=
documentation requests...and that being said, I too would like to request
more documentation! (...at some point when it fits in).