The AppFog docs get their first pull requests, thanks to GitHub users cnk and daemonsy
A week or so ago, we put out an open call to AppFog users to contribute to our docs in case they find anything that needs fixing or if there’s something that isn’t covered yet but should be. We’re currently working hard on our docs and adding new content all the time, and we will soon be rolling out a new dashboard to the make the overall experience even better.
But very often our users run into issues in areas we haven’t anticipated or find solutions and pathways where we never could have anticipated them. And so we’d like to give extra special thanks and the maddest of props to our first two contributors: GitHub users cnk and daemonsy.
cnk (also @cnk on Twitter) added a new “Installation” section to the docs for AppFog’s CLI tool. She pointed out that it was not made clear enough in the original docs that the command line tool is implemented as a Ruby gem. Our bad! That’s a really good thing to know, and the docs for our CLI tool are now much more clear to all users.
daemonsy (also @daemonsy on Twitter) corrected a “minor” typo in our docs for Ruby on Rails. I say “minor” because there’s really no such thing as a minor typo in code. Any typo can unnecessarily suck up valuable time and cause headaches. When it comes to doc fixes in general, nothing is minor, so go ahead: scour away and let us know what you find. This is always valuable to us and to lots and lots of developers.
Thanks again to both of you!
The docs remain open and ready for your knowledge and input.