No bug - Add link to new documentation on how to develop an experiment
authorFelipe Gomes <felipc@gmail.com>
Wed, 09 Mar 2016 13:43:28 -0300
changeset 84 2238294334847ddc14dc28d9db2fc7d11a866018
parent 83 b00d24d4799d57b1a6deb8e9b95ad8c30b33e918
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No bug - Add link to new documentation on how to develop an experiment
README.rst
--- a/README.rst
+++ b/README.rst
@@ -51,16 +51,19 @@ If both an ``experiment.xpi`` and ``buil
 will fail.
 
 The per-experiment ``build.py`` script is called with the same Python
 interpreter that invokes the main ``build.py``. It will receive a single
 argument, the filename of the XPI to generate. If the script exits with a
 non-0 exit code or doesn't create the XPI, the main ``build.py`` will
 abort.
 
+For more information, refer to the documentation at 
+https://wiki.mozilla.org/QA/Telemetry/Developing_a_Telemetry_Experiment
+
 Secrets
 =======
 
 Some experiments have secret keys or values that we don't want to check into
 source control. There exists a mechanism for defining these.
 
 For experiments needing secret data, their build process will try to load
 a secrets file. If the ``EXPERIMENTS_SECRETS`` environment variable is set,