The GNOME Documentation Project
Our mission is to provide the GNOME community with high quality documentation, including online help, tutorials, application manuals, printed books, programming references, and user interface guidelines.
We are mainly volunteers working in our spare time. You can find more information about us, including our names, team meetings and what we're working on at the Community page.
If you wish to contribute see the section entitled "Contributing" below. If you wish to contact the members of the GNOME Documentation Project (GDP), please refer to our contact page. Perhaps you wanted to consult the official GNOME documentation.
Team members, team meetings and Q&A sessions, status reports
Contributing and Guides
Information for writers, editors, and other contributors
Where you can find our team members
Wiki pages used for dynamic content planning
Stuff that needs to be done