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What is this site?

This is the source project for the official Fedora Readme. It includes a git repo and a database for tracking how we develop the source toolchain.

It's all part of the Fedora Project. This site, in particular, is run by the Fedora Documentation team.

If you want to look at what we've created, use the "Browse Source" link above and to the right.

The Readme have something missing or wrong.

If you need to tell us that something is wrong in the Readme, visit Bugzilla. File a bug against the product "Fedora Documentation," component "readme."

I want to help with the tools.

If you are a person who works on the Readme, and you want to help us improve the tools we use to build them, you can file a ticket here. If you want to help with converting other modules, check out this page on the Fedora wiki.

I want to help with the content.

If you want to help update the content of the Readme, first introduce yourself to the Docs Project. When you've done that, join our project group. Then visit this page on the Fedora Project wiki to find out how to get started using git. These instructions should work for most people with access to this repository:

cd ~/projects/
git clone ssh://<username>
git clone git:// docs-common

If you don't have access to this repo, use git:// instead of ssh:// above.

I want to translate the content to my language.

Check the statistics page to get details about your language and join the Fedora Translation team if your language is not available.

I'm confused. What is this site for?

If you have questions, come visit the Docs Project on IRC. IRC is a way to communicate in real time with other Fedora Project members. You can find more information here.