Ankit Gadgil

Ankit Gadgil

Mozilla, Red Hat

Mozilla, Red Hat

Ankit Gadgil is an Open Source enthusiast who supports in Privacy by design. He is an open web advocate who believes the web should be equally accessible to all for equal opportunity. He likes engineering software through comprehensive architecture and design. Ankit is a Mozilla community mentor, Mozilla Reps Peer and a tech speaker. As a day job, he contributes code at Red Hat and enjoys working with Python and JS.

Ankit Gadgil is an Open Source enthusiast who supports in Privacy by design. He is an open web advocate who believes the web should be equally accessible to all for equal opportunity. He likes engineering software through comprehensive architecture and design. Ankit is a Mozilla community mentor, Mozilla Reps Peer and a tech speaker. As a day job, he contributes code at Red Hat and enjoys working with Python and JS.

Documentation Tooling - Open Source way

Documentation Tooling - Open Source way

Talk description トーク概要

Technical Documentation at Red Hat is primary for Customer Experience and Engagement for Red Hat Products. And for Mozilla its a boon for contributors and communities. We will learn the two different approaches to the same discipline.

We will touch down on the modular way of technical documentation that Red Hat works with and how to we have added tooling around it. We will walk through the process and ideas of creating tools around the modular style of docs. We will also discuss the architectural know-how and what technologies are better suited to the modular approach. Then we will talk about how Mozilla works with technical Documentation and MDN with the backend Kuma. And finally, compare these two approaches to understand why technical documentation is useful for open source projects.

Who and why? This talk is for documentation writers, product owners and developers who write tools around docs

Technical Documentation at Red Hat is primary for Customer Experience and Engagement for Red Hat Products. And for Mozilla its a boon for contributors and communities. We will learn the two different approaches to the same discipline.

We will touch down on the modular way of technical documentation that Red Hat works with and how to we have added tooling around it. We will walk through the process and ideas of creating tools around the modular style of docs. We will also discuss the architectural know-how and what technologies are better suited to the modular approach. Then we will talk about how Mozilla works with technical Documentation and MDN with the backend Kuma. And finally, compare these two approaches to understand why technical documentation is useful for open source projects.

Who and why? This talk is for documentation writers, product owners and developers who write tools around docs