Fedora Documentation Team
Fedora Documentation Team logo with Fedora Trademark; book pages in the background.
The Fedora Documentation Team is responsible for the management, curation, and publishing of the documentation hosted at https://docs.fedoraproject.org[docs.fedoraproject.org]. This team is a mix of Red Hat employees and volunteer contributors.
Get help
Do you need help from the Fedora Documentation Team? Links to commonly requested info or guides are below:
xref:contributing:adding-new-docs.adoc[Create and publish a new docs.fp.o project]
xref:asciidoc-fedora:markup.adoc[AsciiDoc markup basics]
Where to find Fedora Docs team
The Fedora Docs team uses the following communication platforms:
Discussion forum
{MAILING-LIST}[Fedora Discussion] (also replaces the old mailing list)
IRC channel
https://web.libera.chat/?channels=#fedora-docs[#fedora-docs] on https://libera.chat/[Libera IRC]
Matrix room
We track meta-work in the https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/docs-fp-o/issues[docs-fp-o repo].
The {MAILING-LIST}[Discussion forum] is best for _asynchronous_ communication. This means it is best for questions or topics that someone may respond to later. It is better for longer, threaded discussions.
The Fedora Docs IRC and Matrix channels are bridged together. They are best for _synchronous_ communication. This means it is best for quick feedback, like a conversation. It is helpful for real-time discussions or getting someone's attention.
First time using IRC? Look into https://opensource.com/article/17/5/introducing-riot-IRC[Element] (formerly Riot), a free and open source client that is compatible with various IRC networks. Element also keeps you connected to IRC even when you are not connected to the Internet.