Documentation Suggestion


(Mary Hamlin) #1

Shay, I would like to suggest that you open up your elasticsearch documentation as a wiki, or at a minimum to allow user comments. That way as a community people can fill in any blanks and make clarifications where necessary instead of having to search the user group for answers that are many times scattered all over the place. I think it would be helpful if someone has questions about a specific topic to be able to scan the comments specific to just that particular topic in the documentation. Is this something you would consider adding in the future?


(Ivan Brusic) #2

The documentation is available via git at
https://github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.github.com

You can add your own documentation and submit a pull request. Shay
will add in the changes quickly. Granted, not as easy as a wiki, but
still allows community participation.

I've been meaning to add some documentation, thanks for reminding me.

Cheers,

Ivan

On Tue, Sep 4, 2012 at 3:43 PM, Mary Hamlin mryhmln@gmail.com wrote:

Shay, I would like to suggest that you open up your elasticsearch
documentation as a wiki, or at a minimum to allow user comments. That way
as a community people can fill in any blanks and make clarifications where
necessary instead of having to search the user group for answers that are
many times scattered all over the place. I think it would be helpful if
someone has questions about a specific topic to be able to scan the comments
specific to just that particular topic in the documentation. Is this
something you would consider adding in the future?

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