The mission of Fedora's Documentation Project is to improve the overall experience of Fedora users and contributors by providing documentation. We explain how to use certain software and systems, provide written accounts of special events (like releases), and recommend settings for software and systems (in terms of security, performance, and other concerns). In pursuing this work, the Docs Project creates and uses only free and open-source software, content, tools, and processes, so our documentation is reusable, modifiable, and rebuildable by anyone, for free, forever.
I want to...
- I want to find documentation.
- I want to report a problem.
- I want to write or help maintain documentation.
- I want to translate documents.
- I want to know what the Documentation Project does.
- I want to find a task to work on.
- I want to find answers about copyright and licensing of my contributions.
- learn the processes and start contributing.
How to communicate with the Docs Project
- Mailing List: For formal discussions, the Fedora Documentation Project uses the email@example.com mailing list.
- IRC: For informal discussions about Fedora Documentation, many members of the project frequent the #fedora-docs channel on irc.freenode.net.
- Meetings: Weekly Fedora Documentation Project meetings are held on Wednesdays at 2300 UTC, in the #fedora-meeting channel on irc.freenode.net. Check out the Meetings wiki page for past meetings minutes, and the agenda for the upcoming meeting.
- Blog: Writings about how we write for Fedora.
All documentation produced by Fedora is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License 3.0 Unported License.