I think contributing to existing docs is preferable. However, please
note that especially the Sysadmin Guide is ancient at this point, it's
pretty much a copy of the original RHEL 7.0 System Administrator's Guide
and it has received very few updates over the last few years. The
Installation Guide is in better shape, it's been getting some updates
and I actually rewrote about a half of it a few years back, but it's
still not great. With that in mind, you might want to start by reviewing
both documents and noting what's outdated, what's missing, etc. Any
updates are welcome.
Our contributor documentation is at
, it's fairly standard
stuff - clone the repo, make a PR, all that jazz; it also has some
pointers on ASCIIDoc. If anyone looking to contribute has any questions,
they should go ahead and ask in #fedora-docs on FreeNode, or the bridged
Telegram channel (https://t.me/fedora_docs
On 3/17/21 10:37 PM, Dr. Peter Boy wrote:
I'm member of the Fedora Server Working Group and am doing along
with others some work on the Server documentation.
We are evaluating the option of contributing in parts to the general Fedora System
Administration Guide and Installation Guide, rather than "inventing the wheel"
completely from scratch. At first glance, the "contribution option" seems more
sensible and reasonable to us. But it may be more complicated than we realize.
Would this actually be advantageous from a docs working group perspective? Is there an
opportunity to discuss the implications, opportunities and existing obstacles?
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