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Fedora Atomic Doc Work
Fedora Atomic has all kinds of awesome first-in-the-industry capabilities, but isn't
getting the attention it deserves because a minority of our features are documented. As
of Flock, we have a brand-new, CI-and-container-driven documentation system, and this work
session will help populate it.
This session will include a brief introduction on setting up a local build & test
environment for Atomic documentation and the practical basics of our tools and style
sheets. We will then pick from a list of areas which urgently need documentation and
participants will work in teams to start documentation for those sections.
This Do session follows up on the Atomic Doc VFAD from late July, in order to get more
Fedora community members helping with documentation. Attendees should bring Fedora
laptops with git and Minishift installed.
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