I have a revised document for installation that I would like to contribute.
What I have not found is an easily accessible of contributing. This may be
due to my time poor life where I simply do not have the time to be
searching for such a link.
Where can I find community contributions link?
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 8:06 AM, Casey Stella <ceste...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I noticed that our public facing docs were really getting stale. This is
> a normal thing in a fast moving project, but I imagine it's really hard for
> the community to get engaged with a project that has such details caught up
> inside of code and unit tests. As such, I thought it is reasonable to
> spend a little time ensuring the docs are better organized and clear, so I
> spent the day focusing on that:
> 1. they were nonexistent in a lot of places like model as a service
> which are new
> 2. they were stale (mostly around stellar functions)
> 3. they were incomplete (parsers take configs, we don't document
> that..we now do)
> 4. they were not clear. I added some clarification and pictures of the
> 5. they were in the wrong place (e.g. enrichment config documentation
> was in metron-common instead of metron-enrichment)
> 6. there wasn't a starting place from the top level Readme into the
> scary subdepths of the individual projects
> I also gave a small fully worked example for some of the commonly
> confusing tasks, like doing a stellar enrichment or deploying a MaaS
> model. I wrote them up, but they were caught up inside of PR comments,
> this just brought them into the docs.
> You can find the PR here
> <https://github.com/apache/incubator-metron/pull/260>. It's already
> gotten a +1, but I'd love to see some discussion around what ELSE we can do
> to make it easier to get community contributions. After all, there would
> be no Metron without its community.
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