Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Re: Documentation site on github

How about using www.gitbook.com? 
Several OSS projets are doing it, their docs look great, for example: www.keycloak.org/documentation.html

On Thursday, January 8, 2015 at 2:04:28 PM UTC-8, Julien Dramaix wrote:
Dear GWT Community,

In order to increase the number of contributions on the GWT documentation, we've decided to move the documentation on Github and accept pull requests.

We have also spent time to convert all the documentation in markdown syntax. In addition to that, each documentation page has now an edit button. When you click on, you are redirected to the corresponding markdown page on Github in edit mode. You can easily modify a page and when you save your change Github will automatically fork the project (if needed) and creates a pull request for you. 

This is for the documentation only, the code for GWT will stay on gerrit, simply because gerrit is a much powerful tool to do code review of code.


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