On 06/12/2018 07:14 PM, Max Cuttins wrote:

> it's a honor to me contribute to the main repo of ceph.

We appreciate you support! Please take a look at
http://docs.ceph.com/docs/master/start/documenting-ceph/ for guidance on
how to contribute to the documentation.
> Just a throught, is it wise having DOCS within the software?
> Isn't better to move docs to a less sensite repo?

Why do you think so? Every modification is peer reviewed before
inclusion into the source tree. If your documentation fix would
accidentally modify other parts, this would easily be spotted during the
pull request review. Having the docs "near" the actual code improves the
actuality, as new features or changes in behavior can also include the
corresponding documentation updates. This also makes it easier to manage
multiple branches/versions of the code, as there is no disconnect.

Lenz

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