The documentation is open source and can be edited collaboratively by the community. It is important, to make things as easy as possible for people editing the documentation - regardless whether Documentation Team Members, Core Team Members or other contributors.
For this reason, we need easy to find, up to date and helpful information about documenting.
Furthermore, we need best practices, examples and guidelines for how to write good documentation, that is
- well structured
- easy to read
- easy to edit
- looks good on screen
- up to date
The information about why, how, what, when and who can contribute must be spread (via typo3.org news, Twitter, Sessions at events) so people find out about it