Contribute to Kubernetes docs

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Contribute to Kubernetes docs

If you would like to help contribute to the Kubernetes documentation or website, we’re happy to have your help! Anyone can contribute, whether you’re new to the project or you’ve been around a long time, and whether you self-identify as a developer, an end user, or someone who just can’t stand seeing typos.

For information on the Kubernetes documentation style guide, see the style guide.

Types of docs contributors

Ways to contribute to documentation

This list is divided into things anyone can do, things Kubernetes organization members can do, and things that require a higher level of access and familiarity with SIG Docs processes. Contributing consistently over time can help you understand some of the tooling and organizational decisions that have already been made.

This is not an exhaustive list of ways you can contribute to the Kubernetes documentation, but it should help you get started.

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