This repository represents asciidoc documents roughly (semi-automatically) converted from the top 50 document-like pages in the Fedora Wiki. We want to move away from exposing users to the wild territory of workspace wikis and to a nice, topic-oriented format with a PR-based workflow.
So, this is kind of a seed project. Your help wanted!
There is a How To category on the wiki. Many of those documents are ripe for conversion. Popular questions on Ask Fedora are also likely to be useful starting points — or, also, frequent Fedora questions on Stack Exchange.
Or, of course, if there’s something you care about which you can help explain, you can create a new document from scratch.
Pick a document to update. You can find documents needing updates in the
_topic_map.yml file. They are on the commented lines (those that start with a
Fork the https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/quick-docs repo.
Make your changes to the
.adoc file you want to improve.
_topic_map.yml to remove “(FIX ME!)”
Submit a pull request with your improvements.
If migrating a wiki page, create a redirect on the old page — see below.
Usually, wikis do not allow redirects to external sites, because the
potential for abuse is very high. We’ve developed a plugin for the Fedora
Wiki which allows redirects to only pages on this site,
https://docs.fedoraproject.org/. To create such a link, use the
#fedoradocs macro by putting something like this at the top of the wiki
page you are obsoleting:
Of course, you will want to replace that specific URL with the one for your
new target page. The URL can’t be something arbitrary — it must begin with
Once the redirect is in place, visitors to that wiki page will be instantly
whisked (well, redirected, with the code
301 Moved Permanently) to the
docs site. If you need to edit such a page to correct the URL, or to remove
the redirect completely, use a form like:
Note that there is no validation that the target exists or is correct — please double-check that any redirects you create work properly before moving on.