So you have this static site generator and want to describe for non-technical users how to do a pull request of markdown content (#Gitea here).
Surprisingly hard to find an existing page that explains this crystal-clearly without all kinds of unnecessary complex stuff, and even harder to find such page that doesn't have a gazillion trackers on it.
Nigh impossible.. find a page that does not assume that you use #Github for this.
Any technical writers with some #foss contrib time to spare?
Documenting is a very good way to learn. At #gitea it looks like there's no end-user manual, and there's opportunity to create one.
Right now the docs have perspective of someone installing & administering a gitea server, e.g. Pull Request page looks like this:
#github has a good page, though for non-technical use it may be further simplified.
@humanetech Hmm I just use hugo for the generator, a few cron jobs, and a self hosted nginx setup. All of which are centered around a gitlab repo I manage but it's easily portable to gitea with a few adjustments.
That's why e.g. centralized #netlify SaaS absolutely flourishes (self-hostable Netlify CMS is usable, but lacking just enough to make you want the SaaS services).
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!