New documentation idea
Been thinking about the sorry state of the P2 docs...
Currently everything is split between multiple slow-loading Google Docs, so it takes a long time to get to where you need to be. Though the same applies to a lesser extent to every documentation format I've seen.
Or in other words: If you use VS Code, you should be familiar with the quick access thing that pops up when you press Ctrl+P. I switch files almost exclusively using this method.
I've never seen it applied to a website / document though. So I quickly proof-of-concepted something up. You can see it here: https://p2docs.github.io . Since a static website doesn't need any text input normally, the the search activates automatically when you start typing, no key combo required. Of course there isn't any actual content in there, just wanted to prototype the idea. All the instruction entries go to 404s. You can try searching for "CORDIC" or "Table" and a few other manually created pages though.