Contributions to Docs allow community members of all skill sets to not only reinforce what they’ve (perhaps already) learned, but also to hone their skills in version control with Git, peer-to-peer collaboration on GitHub, and writing content in Markdown. Contributors get to work with the content team that maintains Docs as their contributions go through the review process.
There are two primary types of Docs contributions:
- Create new content or edit existing entries on the Docs repository via GitHub.
- Suggest new content, ideas, and fixes in Discussions or the feedback form.
More information about contributing to Docs can be found in
Note: All must sign the Contribution License Agreement when contributing to Docs for the first time.
- Docs Repository
- The docs repository is where contributors can view, edit, and propose new content to be published to the Codecademy Docs site.
- Reviews are conducted to ensure valid content is merged into the Docs repository.