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Contribute to K8s docs

Kubernetes welcomes improvements from all contributors, new and experienced!

Note: To learn more about contributing to Kubernetes in general, see the contributor documentation.

This website is maintained by Kubernetes SIG Docs.

Kubernetes documentation contributors:

  • Improve existing content
  • Create new content
  • Translate the documentation
  • Manage and publish the documentation parts of the Kubernetes release cycle

Getting started

Anyone can open an issue about documentation, or contribute a change with a pull request (PR) to the kubernetes/website GitHub repository. You need to be comfortable with git and GitHub to work effectively in the Kubernetes community.

To get involved with documentation:

  1. Sign the CNCF Contributor License Agreement.
  2. Familiarize yourself with the documentation repository and the website's static site generator.
  3. Make sure you understand the basic processes for opening a pull request and reviewing changes.

Some tasks require more trust and more access in the Kubernetes organization. See Participating in SIG Docs for more details about roles and permissions.

Your first contribution

Next steps

Get involved with SIG Docs

SIG Docs is the group of contributors who publish and maintain Kubernetes documentation and the website. Getting involved with SIG Docs is a great way for Kubernetes contributors (feature development or otherwise) to have a large impact on the Kubernetes project.

SIG Docs communicates with different methods:

Other ways to contribute

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