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Link to Documentation teams. [message #1818050] Wed, 04 December 2019 19:16 Go to next message
Jeffrey Pound is currently offline Jeffrey PoundFriend
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I am a New Member and I was wondering who does the documentation for your various teams... I had a minor documentation related question and started looking for an email, forum, any contact point, and I could not find any!

That struct me as strange! You might want to make that a little clearer to people.
Re: Link to Documentation teams. [message #1818065 is a reply to message #1818050] Thu, 05 December 2019 04:29 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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It's not clear to which documentation you refer...

The general website and its content is managed by the Foundation staff:

The above page lists their roles.

Each project manages its own documentation/content, so there are a great many people involved.

For the site's general content, Christopher Guindon and his team make the website and content cohesive and visually compelling:

Thabang Mashologu and others help provide rich content.

The above link appears broken, so I opened this bug report:

Bugzilla is a good way to report problems and to suggest improvements, but not really appropriate for asking questions. Most people will prefer not to receive direct email for questions.

The "Contact Us" link at the bottom of each page suggests that you can direct "General inquiries" to emo (at)

It's also fine to ask specific questions on this forum. If your involved in a new project you can also ask questions on this mailing list:

Ed Merks
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