Cluttered build instructions
This is a bit nitpicky, but I feel like we're trying to put too much into the build instructions. It currently contains information about:
- Building DeltaBot
- Setting up a testing subreddit and bot
- Commit and pull request guidelines
I feel like each of these things should be split off into a separate section.
Also, only slightly related but, I think the building part of the build instruction miss the important step of `npm install`. I'm not 100% if this is just something that happens on Windows, but I just tried building DeltaBot on my computer and I got an error about 'supervisor' which seems to be another package that needed to be installed. After running 'npm install' this error went away (and another appeared, but that's another issue entirely).
Let me know your thoughts; I would make a pull request but I want to make sure this is something people agree with and not just me being overparticular.
I think you're right that the contributing should be split up. I think there should be a "How to build from scratch" and "Shorthand version." I'd like anyone, without knowledge of Git or NodeJS be able to follow the full instructions. Thoughts?
Also wouldn't mind a PR to add "npm install"
`npm install` has been added in PR #71.
@MystK when you say "Shorthand version", what would that include? Would "How to build from scratch" still contain things like commit and pull request guidelines?
I think "How to build from scratch" would not contain contributing guidelines.
The shorthand version would be what you are discussing here. Maybe something like "clone the repo, npm i, npm runb uild, npm start" Something short?
Would the shorthand version contain installing node and npm?
I think it would be logical to move [steps 11 and 12](https://github.com/MystK/delta-bot-three/blob/dca6415eaa19aeaeba65ce9f6aad35dd0b9ae877/README.md) over to "Contributing". Do you agree @MystK?