I have put together a little webapp that I hope you will all find useful: Enhanced Unity3D docs browser It's superior to the existing hosted documentation in two important respects: You can comment on the docs pages. This should allow you to add extra notes, discoveries, or gotchas to a docs page. You can also use it to ask questions, though please keep them general (i.e. don't use it as a place to ask for project-specific help). I reserve the right to moderate all comments and delete/edit things that I think aren't contributing to the resource. You can switch between different versions of the documentation. This is useful if you want to look up the details of a method in a particular older version of Unity, or if you want to compare how things have changed across versions. To be perfectly clear, it is not an official Unity Technologies resource. I've spoken to the docs team about it, and they're cool with me running it, but they're not committing to ever looking at it or acting on any of the comments or feedback left there. If you want something to actually change in the docs, you still need to file docs bugs, but you could also leave a comment in the webapp so that other people can be informed while the bug is being resolved. Eventually UT will sort out a more comprehensive solution for getting the community involved in the documentation, but hopefully this will help fill that need for now. If you find any bugs with the way pages are being displayed, with the scripting reference search, with comments, etc, let me know.