Want to join the Rust docs team?
One of Rust’s major goals this year is to provide mentoring at all levels of the project. This is a goal I’m very on-board with. There’s lots of ways to get involved with Rust, but I’d like to talk about the bit I’m most involved in: documentation.
There’s many ways to contribute to Rust’s docs. Some people contribute occasional PRs, some people end up contributing a lot. No matter what your interest, I’d like to help. But before I get into those details, why should someone get involved with documentation? I have my own reasons, but I also have a pitch for you:
Working on documentation is a fantastic way to learn something in a deeper way.
In order to document something, you have to understand it, even if only a little bit! It’s a good excuse to dig into the details. And I’ve found that many people are eager to help explain something to you in return for you writing that down and
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