Anyone can contribute to the documentation at any time, just create a pull request against the github repo. SLE documentation is written in DocBook XML. Feel free to use this mailing list to ask questions as you go!
On the 15.2 docs, I'm not sure what the current progress is, but will pass this note on to some appropriate people and get them to get in touch with you.
On 02/03/2020 09:40, email@example.com wrote:
I was browsing openSuSE.org news couple of weeks ago - someone mentioned documentation as priority/deficiency for the project - Maybe, I COULD HELP.
I would be happy to help with anything what is needed for/by the community regardless of my personal bias.
I am using and administering SLE, openSuSE for years, since v. 6.x/7.0. I used to run small data center professionally for about 10 years, mainly SES/SLED hosting engineering big data analytic and bunch of (<100) interactive enginners/CAD users.
- KDE user at home, GNOME at work
- use ansible to configure hosts
- use NextCloud/OwnCloud - as a replacement for personal data sinks in Anrdoid
- practical, minimalist when it comes to DEs - I do not "enjoy" configuring
things I cannot automate+deploy - any DEs, web-browsers, email clients.
My interests are in distributed computing - these days it is called cloud native infrastructure/application, engineering data collection, parsing and analysis.
I can consistently give 5+ hours a week, more when/as needed. Communication - currently living in EST time zone, home is in PST. To meet in person, I attend LFNW every year, some years SCALE. This year maybe different - depending on covid-19.
Please let me know if I can help? Tomas