Contributing to the Docs
Contributing to the docs is simple, but has a large payoff. Tens of thousands of people view these docs each day so it's a great way to have an impact immediately.
The entire documentation source for our manual is available in the mongodb/docs repository, which is one of the many MongoDB project repositories on GitHub. To contribute to the documentation, you can just fork the mongodb/docs repository, make a change, and issue a pull request. In order for the documentation team to accept your change, you must complete the MongoDB Contributor Agreement.
For more information on the MongoDB documentation process, see:
- MongoDB Documentation Style and Conventions
- MongoDB Documentation Practices and Processes
- MongoDB Documentation Organization
- Build and Deploy the MongoDB Documentation
If you have any questions about the Docs, please feel free to open a Jira Case in the DOCS project.