Current developer guide is residing in GitHub wiki: https://github.com/zanata/zanata-server/wiki/Developer-Guide.
As we moved everything to zanata-platform, we may want to migrate the Wiki as well. Wikis in GitHub are actually GIT repositories. [reference]
All other guides are in zanata-platform/docs. Would it be better to migrate dev docs under this directory?
The reason I am opening is that we simply could not know what to do when we wanted to centralize our dev docs for Zanata. We are documenting our steps, both server and code-related content. We would like to be able to keep this under our repository and not bind it to specific services such as GitHub (e.g, we are using both GitHub and BitBucket).
What do you think?
The gain for the effort would be to keep everything under a single Github project. Eventually we might be able to close off the old zanata-server project.
Hmm, still not sure what that really gives us, but okay. In any case, given the number of forks, I don't think it would be worth actually deleting zanata-server, because it has a number of forks and stars on GitHub. As long as we keep zanata/zanata-server around, we can keep a pointer to zanata-platform and zanata.org there.
cc: Not sure if you know about the discussion happening here.