The GNOME Documentation Project is responsible for writing and maintaining documentation for over 30 GNOME projects, and also helps proofread and edit all other GNOME documentation.
Everyone is welcome to contribute to the documentation team. See the contributing page for information on how you can help write, edit and translate documentation.
The documentation team holds documentation sprints, or hackfests, two to three times per year. See the hackfests page for information about how to participate and what to expect.
Please see the Contact page how to get in contact, as individual contact usually does not scale and does not help others.
Many contributors worldwide help us help users with better documentation. A full list of current contributors would quickly get out of date. The following members may answer questions and help you get started:
We used to hold regular meetings on IRC. The minutes are available on the wiki:
As one of the GNOME teams, we used to submit quarterly reports on our progress and our future plans. These were aggregated along with the reports from other teams. The aggregate reports can be found at http://www.gnome.org/foundation/reports/.