[openstack-dev] Improving OpenStack documentation around RabbitMQ
christian at berendt.io
Tue Apr 28 13:15:22 UTC 2015
Just moving your thread to the correct mailling list.
Sorry for my previous mail. Thunderbird autocompletion used the
unsubscribe alias and not the correct mailinglist :(
On 04/28/2015 02:58 PM, Michael Klishin wrote:
> I'm a RabbitMQ engineering team member and we'd like to help improve OpenStack docs
> around it.
> I've been reading the docs and making notes of what can be improved. We'd be happy
> to contribute the changes. However, we're not very familiar with the OpenStack development
> process and have a few questions before we start.
> As far as I understand, OpenStack Kilo is about to ship. Does this mean we can only contribute
> documentation improvements for the release after it? Are there maintenance releases that doc improvements
> could go into? If so, how is this reflected in repository branches?
> Should the changes we propose be discussed on this list or in GitHub issues ?
> Finally, we are considering adding a doc guide dedicated to OpenStack on rabbitmq.com (we have one for EC2,
> for instance). Note that we are not looking
> to replace what's on docs.openstack.org, only provide a guide that can go into more details.
> Does this sound like a good idea to the OpenStack community? Should we keep everything on docs.openstack.org?
> Would it be OK if we link to rabbitmq.com guides in any changes we contribute? I don't think OpenStack Juno
> docs have a lot of external links: is that by design?
> 1. https://github.com/openstack/openstack-manuals
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