# How to make a good romi tutorial ?Link

• Format: starts with "How", is a question, should be focused to a user-oriented question
• content: try to build a streamline procedure. If the procedure is too complicated (like different case scenarios, if you need to explain 'if you want to ... and/or if you want to...'), consider splitting your tutorial in as many tutorials as needed to obtain a streamline procedure.

Here a suggested sections for our romi tutorials:

At the end of this tutorial, you should be able to:

• write a good tutorial
• review others' tutorials

• Installations

(if needed)

### 1. This is step 1Link

For non-computer experts, please remember to provide detailed information each time a command line is needed:

• explain if a new terminal should be open or not ;
• precise from where the command(s) should be executed ;
• indicate whether a particular isolated environment should be activated (e.g. conda environment) ;
• give precise and detailed command lines needed (make sure that all commands are given)
cd my repo  #precise from where the command should be executed
command 1  #code comments are welcome !
command 2  # this is for....


Provide ideas of the expected results to check that the commands were successfully run. examples:

a new folder/object is created

the terminal says "useful information"