Working Groups are formed by volunteers who coalesce around goals or a collection of projects that we think will benefit the community. Please see the details for each working group below to see where you can help.
A working group consists of two or more templateers who are collaborating together to work on a Good Docs Project initiative or focus area of the project. Working groups can be organized on a temporary, ad-hoc basis or can exist as a long-term, permanent basis as long as there is sufficient interest to maintain them.
All working groups are open for anyone to join as a general rule. Contributors can belong to as many working groups as they have time for and it’s okay to join a group to observe for a while before contributing. If you are interested in contributing to a working group, join their Slack channel to ask how you can get involved.
Refine the template writing contributor process, using the base template as a starting point.
Creating a fictional example software project, called Chronologue, for when documentation needs examples. We’re on a mission to avoid ‘foo’ and ‘bar’, so we’re writing real, contextual examples for use by The Good Docs and other projects.
Creating high-quality templates for the core sets of community docs that are necessary for the health, productivity, and cross-coordination of open source communities.
Collaborating to create the overall content strategy for the Good Docs project.
Creating a Hugo/Docsy repository that can be easily cloned to set up a new documentation system for a project. Using the GDP Templates as archetypes for new content in the site.
Creating cross-organizational and inter-operable glossaries with a standardised format for terms and definitions.
Generating videos, blog entries, and other media to promote greater empathy for documentation readers and share best practices for documentation creators.
Welcoming every new member who joins The Good Docs Project.