Helping with our documentation and training efforts will make a big impact on the success of Hyperledger and is also a great way to learn more about how to develop and use our projects.

Training

Training material helps people learn how to use the different Hyperledger projects.  Although there are some training resources available, this technology is evolving quickly and there is a need to update existing resources and create new ones.  To help us with this, join the Training and Education Working Group which is tasked with creating open and modular resources for anyone to use.  To get involved:

Documentation

Our documentation aims to provide details about the development and implementation of each of our projects.  Documentation processes differ for each project, so please follow the steps for the project you are interested in.  And if you need help figuring out which project is the right fit for you, learn more about identifying the different projects.

Fabric: Follow these steps to get involved with the Hyperledger Fabric documentation effort:

  1. Dial in to documentation meetings
  2. Join the discussion on the #fabric-documentation channel on Hyperledger chat
  3. Read the instructions on Building and Publishing Documents
  4. Get the Documentation Source
  5. Read the CONTRIBUTING guide (it is the same process to contribute documentation changes as code changes)

Sawtooth: Follow these steps to get involved with the Hyperledger Sawtooth effort:

  1. Get the Documentation Source
  2. Read the CONTRIBUTING guide (it is the same process to contribute documentation changes as code changes)

Other projects…