Sunsetting Documentation documents the shutting down of the Documentation Beta. I will leave my earlier answer below the line.
I asked this question because I do not know the answer, nor do I have a clear idea of what my answer would be without further investigation.
I tried to propose ArcPy as a Documentation tag and it looked like I became the 1st of 5 needed to commit to it before the proposal could proceed.
The message I got back was:
arcpy Documentation Proposal
This tag is too new, or too low activity, for Documentation to be created for it.
I think this must be what @Dowlers tried before posting their comment.
Undeterred, I have been able to create and have had approved an ArcPy topic beneath the Python Language with a single arcpy.da.SearchCursor() example.
There has also been an
The rules on adding tags to documentation are at https://stackoverflow.com/help/documentation-add-tags
In order for a tag to have documentation, it must have at least 500
questions and 10 [5?] committed users.
Any user with at least 150 reputation and 1 positively scored answer
in a tag can commit to it by searching for the tag on the
documentation listing page.
ArcPy documentation tag creation by me seems to be blocked because:
- There are less than 400 questions tagged with it ("too low activity")
- I do not have a positively scored answer in ArcPy at Stack Overflow, which is because I think such questions are better asked at GIS SE.