The Documentation Interest Group (DIG) coordinates and advises on PKP’s software documentation. You can find PKP documentation in the Documentation Hub. To contribute to documentation, read our Contributor Guidelines, contact us, or attend a virtual documentation sprint.
The DIG hosts bi-weekly virtual documentation sprints on Fridays from 12-2 pm EST. We collaborate on a different document each time and anyone can participate. Upcoming sprints are as follows:
- Friday, July 5: ORCID Profile plugin
- Friday, July 19: Publish introduction to theming guide, plugins documentation
Get in touch for more information or to join a sprint.
Terms of Reference
The purpose of the PKP Documentation Interest Group is to develop and communicate a common approach to building and updating documentation. Specific goals, activities, outcomes may include:
- Assess current documentation for gaps and weaknesses.
- Advise on and enrich the documentation platforms for PKP software
- Develop and maintain documentation
- Work to lower barriers to entry for creating good documentation
- The interest group will communicate primarily via the group mailing list and Slack channel
- The interest group will meet virtually (e.g., via Google Hangout) on a monthly basis.
- The interest group will meet at PKP sprints to work on documentation projects.
- Kaitlin Newson, Scholars Portal (DIG Coordinator)
- Adam A. Bahishti, Majmaah University
- Sonya Betz, University of Alberta
- Israel Cefrin, PKP
- Rosarie Coughlan, Queens University
- Carola Fanselow, Freie Universität Berlin
- Vanessa Gabler, University of Pittsburgh
- Roger Gillis, Dalhousie University/PKP
- Jeanette Hatherill, University of Ottawa
- Wayne Johnston, University of Guelph
- Jessica Lange, McGill University
- James MacGregor, PKP
- Mariya Maistrovskaya, University of Toronto
- Mike Nason, University of New Brunswick/PKP
- Kate Shuttleworth, Simon Fraser University/PKP
- Amanda Stevens, PKP
- Kevin Stranack, Simon Fraser University/PKP
- Marco Tullney, PKP Translation Management Coordinator
- Emma Uhl, University of Alberta