- Register at tiki.org, then login here.
- Read About the Tiki Documentation.
- Read the page on our Documentation Lifecycle.
- Learn How to Tag documentation pages effectively.
- Browse the Documentation Status page.
- Choose a page to improve (likely something you need help with yourself!, or look for them at stub, for instance).
- If content exists on tiki.org (tw.o), transfer the content to documentation page. Be sure to:
- Correctly format the page (based on the How to Tag information).
- Link the documentation page to/from the tw.o page.
- Learn by doing. Newbies are welcome.
- If in doubt, ask in the comments area of each page once you become a contributor to the site
In order to improve the documentation, you need wisdom about how the software works. Here are places to look.
- tiki.org — If you can't find it here, do a search there first. Tiki.org was formerly the main center for documentation, but much of it is now out of date.
- Tiki.org forums — Post a question in the appropriate forum.
- The 1.9 documentation — Check the last comprehensive publication of Tiki documentation, which still provides a good overview and information on many features.
- dev.tiki.org — Search the Tiki developers site.
- irc.tiki.org — Developers and other users can often be found on IRC chat, but activity varies according to time of day, etc., so please be patient if you ask a question.
If you have read and understand the following pages, you will be well on your way to becoming an expert.
- Documentation's Tiki Manual of Style (including Naming Conventions)
- Documentation status
- Documentation templates