The Clojure documentation project continues to make progress. Highlight of the last week include materials on VimClojure by Dave Ray, the Clojure Maven plugin by Alex Ott, and Intro to Web development with Clojure from John Gabriele.
CDS Progress Report
The Clojure Documentation Site (a.k.a. CDS) publishes periodic reports (every week so far, possibly two weeks in the future) to give the Clojure community a better idea of what CDS shapes up to be and what it has to offer.
This is a report for the week ending November 4th, 2012.
New tuturials added this week:
New guides added this week:
Existing guides updated this week:
Thank You, Contributors
CDS would not be possible without the following people who make the Clojure community a better place:
- Alex Ott
- Dave Ray
- John Gabriele
- Michael S. Klishin
- Robert Randolph
- Wes Freeman
You Can Help!
How It Works
We have a repository on GitHub that has Markdown files, toolchain setup instructions and several articles as well as stubs for several more articles. The stubs help contributors pick a topic to write about and not worry too much about article structure initially. Just pick something that you are very familiar with or interested in and write.
When you are done, submit a pull request on GitHub and someone from the existing contributors team will suggest improvements or merge your work. Pretty straightforward.
In order to make it easier for potential contributors to join the project, we will post a brief list of guides that do not require deep expertise and can benefit from contributions by complete beginners.
Guides that have structure and good chunk of the content in place but still have holes you can help us plug:
These guides are new and cover advanced topics, so we need as much proof-reading as we can get from the community:
If you want to start working on one of those articles or have existing content you’ve authored that can be ported, please let us know on the Clojure mailing list.
Want to help us make things better? We need your help!