Contribute to Quick Docs
The goal: move away from exposing users to the wild territory of wikis (where helpful guides are mixed with draft documentation, user pages, rough notes, and so on) to a nice, topic-oriented format with a pull-request-based workflow. We appeciate your help!
Pick a document to update. You can find documents needing updates in the [filename]`modules/ROOT/nav.adoc` file. They are on the commented-out lines (those that start with a `//FIXME`).
Fork the https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/quick-docs repo.
Make your changes to the `.adoc` file you want to improve.
Uncomment the file in [filename]`nav.adoc` remove the `FIXME` from the xref..
Build a local preview to ensure your changes look the way you intended: Make sure you either have *Podman* or *Docker* installed, and run `./build.sh && ./preview.sh`. Follow instructions printed on the command line.
When you are satisfied with your updates, submit a pull request with your improvements.
If migrating a wiki page, create a redirect on the old page — see below.
Possible Source Material
Perhaps you just want to improve an existing document, in which case the above is all you need. Or maybe you already have something in mind. But if you are interested in helping but don't know where to start, here are some places to look for ideas:
The old https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Category:How_to[How To category] on the Fedora wiki. Many of those documents are ripe for conversion. (Many are also very out of date!)
https://ask.fedoraproject.org/c/english/97/l/latest?order=votes[Top-Voted] or https://ask.fedoraproject.org/c/english/97/l/top?order=views&period=yearly[highly-viewed] questions on Ask Fedora.
Frequent https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/fedora?sort=frequent&pageSize=50[Fedora questions on Stack Exchange].
https://fedoramagazine.org[Fedora Magazine] articles. The magazine format is conversational, and understood to represent a moment in time. Quick Docs versions should be more to-the-point, and kept updated if commands or best pratices change.
Wiki Redirects
Usually, wikis do not allow redirects to external sites, because the potential for abuse is very high. We've developed a plugin for the Fedora Wiki which allows redirects to _only_ pages on this site, https://docs.fedoraproject.org/. To create such a link, use the `#fedoradocs` macro by putting something like this at the top of the wiki page you are replacing:
{{#fedoradocs: https://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/council/fpl/}}
Of course, you should to replace that example URL with the one for your new target page. Again, the URL can't be something arbitrary — it _must_ begin with `https://docs.fedoraproject.org/`.