The GNOME Documentation Project
Our mission is to provide the GNOME community with high quality documentation, including online help, tutorials, application manuals, and programming references. Our user documentation is topic based on how to use applications and GNOME rather than how to perform specific tasks. We also try to rewrite all application help from Docbook into Mallard. We are mainly volunteers working in our spare time. You are welcome to join us!
Hackfests, team members, old meeting logs, and old status updates
Where you can find us and talk to us
Wiki pages used for dynamic content planning
Stuff that needs to be done