Connect with other writers¶
Audience: Writers who would like to contribute to the Fabric documentation.
This topic gives you general advice on how to contribute to one of the many language translations provided by Fabric.
In this topic, we’re going to cover:
- How to get started
- Using Rocket chat
- Documentation workgroup call
- Join a language translation workgroup
- Other ways to connect
Before you make a documentation change, you might like to connect with other people working on the Fabric documentation. Your Linux Foundation account will give you access to many different resources to help you connect with other contributors to the documentation.
Once you have a Linux Foundation account, use any or all of the following mechanisms to connect with others.
Hyperledger Fabric uses Rocket chat for interactive discussions on a variety of project topics.
You’ll find beginners and experts sharing information on the Fabric documentation. Read the conversation or ask a question on how to get started.
A dedicated channel for general questions on international languages.
Read, discuss and share ideas related to the Japanese translation.
Documentation workgroup call¶
A great place to meet people working on documentation is the Documentation workgroup call. These are held twice every Friday at a time convenient for both Eastern and Western hemispheres. The agenda is published in advance, and there are minutes and recordings of each session. Find out more on the Documentation wiki.
Join a language translation workgroup¶
Each of the international languages has a welcoming workgroup that you are encouraged to join. View the list of international workgroups. See what your favorite workgroup is doing, and get connected with them. Each workgroup has a list of members and their contact information.