Last updated April 17, 2014. Created by mike booth on June 8, 2005.
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Members of the Drupal community write and edit all sorts of Drupal documentation:

You can be part of this effort! By writing and reviewing documentation, you will:

  • Learn more about Drupal
  • Share your knowledge with other Drupalists
  • Gain experience in technical writing and editing, with friendly mentoring
  • Build your reputation
  • Help the Drupal open-source community by improving the documentation

... and there are many other reasons people write free documentation.

We especially welcome the contributions of Drupal beginners! In fact, beginners have a distinct advantage over the experts, because they can more easily spot the places where documentation is lacking.

A great place to get started is with the Contributing to documentation FAQ.

Looking for documentation?

Sometimes people come to this page through a search... If you are looking for documentation about the Drupal CMS framework/project, start at the main Community Documentation page.

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