I feel like burying stuff in tutorials without explicitly linking to them where people instinctively go for information is problematic. As the tutorials grow and flesh out, it becomes harder and harder to find information you need.
I’ve had this problem a lot and miss things that are in documentation despite searching for 15+ minutes every single time I need to look something up despite having traveled around a lot. I then have to bug you and disrupt your dev time or others.
In general, it’s very unconventional and inefficient for both devs and users to scour tutorials for documentation (even with google and browser page find). This leads to the tutorials that document functionality/commands to be more likely to be out of date and have inconsistencies between repeated documentation. Also, I think most users are trained to look at tutorials as how to use commands, not for command documentation/reference.
My suggestion is there are two prongs to the help system. A short/reference help for the main file like you have, and then any existing extended help documentation links auto-formatted at the bottom:
See also: or
See advanced help:
I don’t really see this idea as a help “hub” like the old C servers have in their help files and you wouldn’t need to get at these from any other location.