(...work in progress...)
Seco is mainly a programmer's environment so this guide will focus mainly on how to program in it. Since Seco is an open-architecture software whose ultimate goal is to be self-modifying through P2P exchanges between its users, the user guide will focus heavily on the implementation, how things are represented etc. However, the API hasn't been finalized yet, so we will refrain from documenting its specifics at this point.
To learn how to use Seco with your favorite scripting language(s), please watch the introductory tutorials.
Here is a preliminary list of HOWTOs that will grow into a more formal documentation: