The Kubernetes documentation
Welcome! This repository houses all of the assets required to build the Kubernetes website and documentation. We're glad that you want to contribute!
Contributing to the docs
You can click the Fork button in the upper-right area of the screen to create a copy of this repository in your GitHub account. This copy is called a fork. Make any changes you want in your fork, and when you are ready to send those changes to us, go to your fork and create a new pull request to let us know about it.
Once your pull request is created, a Kubernetes reviewer will take responsibility for providing clear, actionable feedback. As the owner of the pull request, it is your responsibility to modify your pull request to address the feedback that has been provided to you by the Kubernetes reviewer. Also, note that you may end up having more than one Kubernetes reviewer provide you feedback or you may end up getting feedback from a Kubernetes reviewer that is different than the one initially assigned to provide you feedback. Furthermore, in some cases, one of your reviewers might ask for a technical review from a Kubernetes tech reviewer when needed. Reviewers will do their best to provide feedback in a timely fashion but response time can vary based on circumstances.
For more information about contributing to the Kubernetes documentation, see:
- Start contributing
- Staging Your Documentation Changes
- Using Page Templates
- Documentation Style Guide
- Localizing Kubernetes Documentation
|French README||Korean README|
|German README||Portuguese README|
|Hindi README||Spanish README|
Running the website locally using Docker
If you are running on Windows, you'll need a few more tools which you can install with Chocolatey.
choco install make
If you'd prefer to run the website locally without Docker, see Running the website locally using Hugo below.
If you have Docker up and running, build the
kubernetes-hugo Docker image locally:
Once the image has been built, you can run the website locally:
Open up your browser to http://localhost:1313 to view the website. As you make changes to the source files, Hugo updates the website and forces a browser refresh.
Running the website locally using Hugo
To run the website locally when you have Hugo installed:
This will start the local Hugo server on port 1313. Open up your browser to http://localhost:1313 to view the website. As you make changes to the source files, Hugo updates the website and forces a browser refresh.
Community, discussion, contribution, and support
Learn how to engage with the Kubernetes community on the community page.
You can reach the maintainers of this project at:
Code of conduct
Participation in the Kubernetes community is governed by the Kubernetes Code of Conduct.
Kubernetes thrives on community participation, and we appreciate your contributions to our website and our documentation!