Fediverse, is anyone aware of some technical projects that could use developer-facing documentation written over the next couple days? I need to make new technical writing samples for a position I applied for. Sadly the stuff I've previously written is all either long-gone on previous employers' servers, end-user documentation, or otherwise unavailable.
We have a bunch of things we could use help with, like documenting missing endpoints of the Funkwhale API, via Swagger (https://docs.funkwhale.audio/swagger/)
@sporiff may have some ideas of techincal
documentation priorities too.
We have an open topic on our forum if you want to see what's going on and ask questions @hummingrain
(and also a matrix channel if you want to talk https://riot.im/app/#/room/#funkwhale:matrix.org)
@hummingrain At #GitLab, we have quite a few open documentation issues: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab-ce/issues?scope=all&utf8=%E2%9C%93&state=opened&label_name=Documentation&label_name=Accepting%20merge%20requests
Community contributions are always welcome. 🙂
@winniehell Ah! Thank you! :D
I need go improve my documentation as there is none. But I don't see how you could do that alone or without having my knowledge how I did what I did as I myself don't really remember all. :D
@tobi That would make it difficult, it's true! My psychic powers are still in the mail. D:
@hummingrain KDE could need help with user and developer-facing documentations.
@hummingrain U-Boot can always use a hand cleaning up / correcting outdated things in docs/ or even just how to flash/update/etc a given board.
@hummingrain Librsvg has some missing documentation, some unclear one that I've been clarifying, etc. Are you looking to do paid or volunteer work?
@federicomena Volunteer. Thanks for pointing out the project to me!
@hummingrain I have a project that could use a little developer documentation.
@hummingrain Misskey desperately needs documentation. The English documentation is barely existent and even the Japanese documentation is partial at best.
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