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  1. David Decker

    This is awesome news and absolutely will rocket the amount of participation and contribution — to make Documentation/ Codex a better place for all!

    Thanks all involved for doing this extra work, we’ll all benefit from it.

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  2. Jeffro

    I love the mockup design and how easy it appears to report on issues. Those that love to correct typos or are uptight about grammar will have a field day with this.

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  3. Eric Amundson

    I’m really excited about the Docs Issue Tracker; it’ll make it a lot easier to get involved with WordPress Documentation and track all of the various issues the Docs Team needs to address.

    Thanks to Sam, Otto, the Docs Team, and folks in the WP community that have contributed to this project!

    If you’re itching to contribute to Docs now, feel free to join us in person, or on IRC in #wordpress-sfd this Saturday, Dec 14th at 10 PST for the last WordPress Docs Sprint of 2013:

    WordPress Documentation Sprint

    Saturday, Dec 14, 2013, 10:00 AM

    Uptown Espresso
    500 Westlake Ave N Seattle, WA

    6 Members Went

    What We’re Working OnThis month, we’ll most likely continue to work on adding to, and improving, the WordPress Theme Developer Handbook and the WordPress Plugin Developer Handbook.These handbooks aim to teach developers most everything they’d need to know to create a WordPress theme or plugin.Both handbooks are under active development, but are …

    Check out this Meetup →

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  5. Christian Zumbrunnen

    That is in fact great. Probably the documentation will profit a lot. Only thing missing is a way to also have translations of the docs and keep them in sync. But that’s maybe a whole different beast.

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