Anyone can contribute to clojure-doc.org

(written by lawrence krubner, however indented passages are often quotes). You can contact lawrence at: lawrence@krubner.com

Clojure-doc.org is the place for people to contribute. This is the important bit:

Contributor-friendly
This material is not covered by the Clojure Contributor Agreement and is developed using pull-requests on GitHub.

This is discussed in an interesting thread on the Clojure Google Group:

Assertion: “There are only a handful of people in the world with authorization to edit pages on clojure.org. ”

Fact: 14

Assertion: “Far more have authorization to edit the wiki pages on dev.clojure.org — hundreds, I think. A subset of those who have signed a Clojure CA and requested permission for editing those pages.”

Fact: 320

Also:

Maybe you are not aware of the history, but clojure-doc.org exists specifically because someone who spoke out loudly and repeatedly against CAs took the time to create it, and it _only_ requires a Github account and creating a pull request.

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