Any love for documentation here?

Hi, Red Hatters,

Thank you for creating a space where learners from all over Red Hat can come to seek and share knowledge.

As a curious person, I am very fond of the opportunity to be a part of an effort such as this.

As a member of Red Hat's  Customer Content Services team (for a little over 2 years now) I am required to constantly learn new things on the job when documenting our rapidly-evolving products.

I am also here to share knowledge with those who might be interested in all things documentation:)

Ask me about:

* Markup: AsciiDoc, Markdown, DocBook XML

* Tools: git, AsciiDoctor, CCUTIL, Publican, Pantheon, Aura, Curstomer Portal,

* Technologies: Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes.

* Other topics: flexible documentation content, single-sourcing for documentation, usptream-downstream collaboration for docs

Oh, and BTW, questions about other topics are also welcome:)

Will keep you posted on updates.

I look forward to your questions.

Happy learning!


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Re: Any love for documentation here?

My first open source contributions were with Fedora Docs. Helping with documentation is a great way to give back to the community while learning the technology. 

I have seen upstreams use everything from wikis to docbook xml. More and more there is a change to various markdown solution and automation with documentation from code 

Fedora just recently changed their processes. Read more here. This article even steps through how to get started.

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