Tomorrow we will have our first snapcraft docs day. We will be all day working on documentation and tutorials, and helping people to make their first contributions to snapcraft.
I will copy here the announcement from popey’s blog:
Announcing Snapcraft Docs Day
Snap is a simple archive format for big things.
Snapcraft is a delightful tool for automatically building and publishing software for any Linux system or device. Our documentation and tutorials are great for getting started with snapcraft. We can always improve these though, so this Friday, will be our first Snapcraft Docs Day.
Why we’re doing this
The goal is to ensure our documentation and tutorials are useful and accurate. We’re keen to get people testing our documentation, to make sure it’s clear, understandable and comprehensive. If we’re missing anything, or there are mistakes then file those issues, or better yet, fix them yourself.
If you’ve got something you want to snap, this is also a great day to get started. We’ve personally used these tools all day every day for a couple of years now, but perhaps we’re missing something you need. Now is a great time to test the tools and let us know.
If you’re interested in contributing to the projects but don’t know where, here’s a great place to start. Snapcraft and Snapd are both free software, and hosted on GitHub. Snapcraft is written in Python, and Snapd is a Go-based project. The teams behind these projects are super friendly, and keen to help you contribute.
Some examples of things you might want to try:-
- Snap your own personal projects using the documentation available
- Test the tutorials site out in different browsers / platforms
- Confirm / triage / fix bugs in snapd, snapcraft, docs and tutorials
- Write a new Tutorial, perhaps one that has already been requested
Code and bug trackers
Here’s a handy reference of the projects mentioned with their repos and bug trackers:-