Writing GNOME Docs, Part II

So you’ve decided you want to contribute to GNOME and write some documentation. In Part I , I wrote about the steps I went through to prepare to write GNOME documentation and picking a project. In Part II, we will take a look at the final preparation stage, including checking out the project’s source code via GNOME Subversion and finding documentation that needs updating. I am still fairly new to the process myself, but these are some of the steps I take in writing documentation.