[jboss-user] [jBPM] - Community Contribution to User Guide?

Tobias Wittur do-not-reply at jboss.com
Mon Aug 15 02:37:52 EDT 2011

Tobias Wittur [http://community.jboss.org/people/tob1as] created the discussion

"Community Contribution to User Guide?"

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I ve been fiddling around with jBPM for about 2 weeks and I realized that I quickly reached a point where the user guide could not help me anymore. To be honest, it was sometimes a bit frustrating. 

In my opinion, there are quite a few stumbling blocks with jBPM especially for novice users. The documentation however, does not make it much easier. Most of the information is dispersed in different blogs, wikis and forum posts. I really appreciate the support that I received in this forum, however, it slows you down of course - if you have to wait for a reply.

Especially the tooling side could be better documented. My personal perception is, following the issue tracker a bit, that there is a lot of work about to be done for the tooling side. Since there are changes/new features about to come, it would be good if there was more involvement from the community in the user guide. So the user guide can be up to date.

Therefore my question, how exaclty can we contribute to the user guide and enrich it, so that other beginners have it a little bit easier? Is that possible already and I just did not see where?

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