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Update contributing.rst #4997
Make contrib guidelines more inclusive to any ux practitioners (vs simply 'designers'), to distinguish technical writers from UI copywriters, and UX research moderators from forum Moderators.
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- Changed "Designers" to "UX Contributors" - Added a sentence to speak specifically to non-technical skillsets and the UX Repo as a go-to link - Added a blurb to alert copywriters that there are UI Copywriting needs spoken to in the UX Repo - Added "Forum" ahead of "Moderators" an support section, to distinguish from research moderators
Thanks for working on this @ninavizz and congrats on the PR! Looks pretty good to me, mainly formatting issues -- this is why there is a red "X" need to "ci/circleci: lint" in this box:
It means that the linter (which checks for formatting validity) is not happy. Once we got the formatting fixed, I think we're pretty close to merging this in. :)
Pro tip: Once you're more comfortable with branches in GitHub, it's best to name documentation branches something starting with