Is it cool I create a separate github repo that explains each usecase in a tech agnostic way?

Hi all,

newbie here.

I’m looking at the python SDK and am grateful for @firdaus help in creating a python sdk.

Because I want to get better at understanding it, I have tried to compare the python SDK with the official Java and Go SDK.

I realize that there are samples repository for both such as GitHub - temporalio/samples-go and GitHub - temporalio/samples-java: Temporal Java SDK Samples

So I was wondering if it’s okay that I create a similar github repo but it’s tech agnostic. The purpose is simply to explain each use case visually from the user’s perspective.

The reason is I need such documentation before I can build similar samples using the python SDK.

if I get stuck understanding any of the samples in the official Java samples, I hope I can get some help here as well?

Let me know. Thank you

So I was wondering if it’s okay that I create a similar github repo but it’s tech agnostic.

I don’t fully understand the idea of “tech agnostic samples”. If you create a sample of such sample in your own repository I can give you concrete feedback.

if I get stuck understanding any of the samples in the official Java samples, I hope I can get some help here as well?

Sure, we are always here to help.