The Fedora Documentation Project ("Docs Project") provides 100% free/libre open content, services, and tools for documentation.
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Contributing roles in the Docs project
What we do.
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.
How we do it.
If the documentation is deemed to be "official" and in need of a more permanent home, the wiki pages are translated into Docbook XML of which can then be used to generate HTML and RPM files that are used to disseminate to the public. HTML files are published at http://docs.fedoraproject.org and RPM files are published in the Fedora repository.
What we are working on now.
We are working on a number of guides that aid users in setting up and using Fedora:
- Installation Guide
- Release Notes
- Security Guide
- SELinux Guide
- User Guide
- Schedule of tasks to implement the goals
All documentation produced by Fedora is released under the Open Publication License :
The following pages collect notes, hints, and other bric-a-brac that would otherwise be lost to the vagaries of the list archive's "search" function.
Check the FAQ on this wiki for general information on Fedora and links to other resources.
The central project workflow page is DocsProject/WorkFlow .