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From Jessica Tomechak <>
Subject Re: Documentation How-To
Date Tue, 09 Apr 2013 23:55:32 GMT
I think what you're asking for is the Documentation Contributors page in
the project wiki!

Joe, no need to write an email explaining it every time! But if anything in
your email is missing from that wiki, please do add it.

Jessica T.

On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 8:39 AM, Joe Brockmeier <> wrote:

> On Tue, Apr 9, 2013, at 10:12 AM, Jason Cadmus wrote:
> > I am working on installing/testing/documenting CS 4.10 on vSphere 5.1
> > using vDistributed Switching with CS advanced networking. Can someone
> please
> > give me some insight on the proper way to contribute to CS formal
> > documentation?
> Thanks, and sure!
> I'm not sure what level of help you're asking for, so forgive me if some
> of this is information you're already in possession of:
> 1) Our docs are written in Publican (a subset of DocBook) and stored in
> Git with the rest of the code under docs/en-US/
> 2) Clone the git repo and create a branch to start working on your docs.
> Ideally, this would be on a system where you can run Publican to verify
> the docs.
> 3) There's a README.txt under docs/ that provides a short intro to
> Publican, accepted tags, etc.
> 4) It sounds like you're going to be doing something that belongs in the
> admin guide, so start a new section or chapter with a filename like
> "working-with-vdistributed.xml" and add it to the "Admin_Guide.xml"
> includes in the order you want it to appear in the guide.
> 5) Once you're done, test building it with Publican. If that works,
> submit a patch (diff) via Review Board
> ( and mark it for the
> cloudstack-git repository. For reviewers, select "cloudstack" as the
> group, and the appropriate folks for reviewers. (You can add me - jzb -
> and I can check it for validity, but not so much for content since I
> don't work with vDistributed Switching).
> Note - please make sure you submit a patch that works against master and
> 4.1 if possible.
> If you have questions, feel free to ping us in IRC on #cloudstack-dev as
> well if you want real-time(ish) feedback. I'm usually around during the
> day, and chipc, ke4qqq and others can also assist.
> (Or keep asking on dev@ as well, that works too.)
> Look forward to the patches!
> Best,
> jzb
> --
> Joe Brockmeier
> Twitter: @jzb

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