TL;DR – Contributing is super easy! Edit any page by clicking on the “Improve this page” link at the top right corner of your screen.
There are two ways to contribute to this documentation:
You can pretty much everything directly on GitHub! Click on the “Improve this page” at the top right of the page you want to edit.
Fork the project on GitHub, work on a separate branch, push to your fork and submit a Pull Request.
Github workflow is recommended if you already know your way around the git workflow, or if you want to work on the site itself. It will also allow you to build the site locally and check out exactly how your changes will look.
The documentation source code is located in the following GitHub URL:
This site was created using the wonderful Hugo static site generator, but the content itself is written using Markdown.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to know anything about Hugo or the Go language to write documentation. The Markdown syntax is basically plain text with some simple added syntax for styling.
If you don’t know Markdown yet, have a look at this quick Markdown guide from GitHub.
Hugo uses special short codes for many things. Read about them here.