Hello, all! This is my first post after just joining this discussion forum, so please forgive me and provide kind assistance if I have posted to the wrong subsection!
I am new to Rails but a real enthusiast of Ruby and loving Rails so far. I have a background in teaching coding and in education and feel I could help with documentation, at least for starters.
As I’ve not collaborated previously on open source on GitHub, having read the guidelines for contributing to Ruby guides or documentation, I am unsure if I have understood this correctly and thought the discussion forum would be less intrusive than an erroneous post on GitHub!
Here are my questions:
- If I have a suggestion for improvement to a section of a Ruby Guide, but don’t know enough about the topic to fix it myself, is the correct approach to:
a. Open an issue on github, maybe labelling it doc? (In which case is there an easy way to check first if I am duplicating a previous issue?)
or b. Go to the source of the documentation on github and add a review/comment to the actual lines where I am suggesting an improvement?