[tor-project] Join Our DocsHackathon Next Week - Sept 2nd - 6th 2019

gus gus at torproject.org
Tue Aug 27 17:48:20 UTC 2019


Documentation is extremely valuable to the health of open source
software projects, but it is often overlooked. Due to the amount of
interest we received during our search for a Google Season of Docs
candidate, we're kicking off a week-long documentation hackathon Monday
2nd September 00:00UTC to Friday 6th September 23:59UTC. 

This is your opportunity to help us keep our documentation up to date
and relevant for millions of Tor users around the world. We’ll also be
rewarding the top 3 contributors with prizes at the end of the week.
We are looking for copywriters, front-end devs, testers, and content
reviewers to help us improve our documentation and its relevancy. Don't
feel like any of these apply to you but still want to help out? 

Chat with us on IRC (#tor-www - irc.oftc.net) or the community team mailing
list to join us and get involved -

## How to participate in the DocsHackathon

 1. Register: https://survey.torproject.org/index.php/726752?lang=en
 2. Take a look at all of the tickets marked with the "DocsHackathon"
keyword on Gitlab -
 3. If you have a documentation issue that is not currently reflected in
Trac, Gitlab or GitHub, create it, tag it and let one of us know on IRC
channel #tor-www so we can assign some points to it.
 4. Choose a ticket and start working on it! You can submit Pull Requets
on GitHub or register on our Gitlab instance to submit merge requests
 5. A contribution will be counted when your PR or merge request is
merged to the master branch of the relevant repository.
 6. The awards and prizes to contributors will be announced after all
the merges were done.

For more details on how you can contribute, check out our DocsHackathon
We are a small nonprofit with a big mission, and we sincerely appreciate
your help getting our documentation up to speed. We're looking forward
to working with you next week!
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