John Mulhausen

Docker Docs Hackathon: April 17-21, 2017

During DockerCon 2017, Docker’s docs team will be running the first-ever Docker Docs hackathon, and you’re invited to participate and win prizes – whether you attend DockerCon or are just watching the proceedings online. Essentially, it’s a bug-bash! We have a number of bugs filed against our docs up on GitHub for you to grab. You can participate in one of two ways: With the docs team’s help in the fourth floor hack room at DockerCon on Tuesday, April 18th and Wednesday, April 19th, from 1-6pm. Online! Right here! During the whole week of DockerCon (April 17th – 21st). Or, both – if you want to have the best shot. After all, we won’t be in the hack room 24/7 that whole week. All participants who show up in the 4th floor hack room at DockerCon will get this way-cool Continue reading…

John Mulhausen

Announcing the new Docs Repo on GitHub!

The documentation team at Docker is excited to announce that we are consolidating all of our documentation into a single GitHub Pages-based repository on GitHub. When is this happening? The new repo is public now at https://github.com/docker/docker.github.io. During the week of Monday, September 26th, any existing docs PRs need to be migrated over or merged. We’ll do one last “pull” from the various docs repos on Wednesday, September 28th, at which time the docs/ folders in the various repos will be emptied. Between the 28th and full cutover, the docs team will be testing the new repo and making sure all is well across every page. Full cutover (production is drawing from the new repo, new docs work is pointed at the new repo, dissolution of old docs/ folders) is complete on Monday, October 3rd. The problem with the status Continue reading…