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The main development branch of this repo is the
which documents the version of Forgejo that is currently being developed.
Each time a new major version of Forgejo is released, a new branch will be created in this repo to document the stable release.
Current release branches are as follows:
Documentation content lives in the
docs subfolder, and images in the
PRs should usually be sent against the
Sometimes it will be appropriate to send a PR against a specific release branch if the changes only affect that release.
Most changes should either be sent as a single commit per PR, or should be squashed before merging. Fast-forwarding is the preferred merge strategy. Changes can then be backported (or if appropriate frontported) by cherry-picking.
Rarely, it will make sense to create a feature branch containting a series of commits that will be merged instead of squashing and fast-forwarding. Such a feature branch can then be merged into multiple versions of the docs if appropriate. In this case, the feature branch should usually be taken from the last common ancestor of all of the version branches into which it will potentially be merged.
If you have commit access to this repository, you should work on a temporary branch within this repository
pr/ prefix and submit your pull request from there. Use the following commands to do it.
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:forgejo/docs ; cd docs git checkout <target-branch> git checkout -b pr/<short-pr-desc> # Make the changes you want to submit git add . ; git commit git push -u origin pr/<short-pr-desc> # Proceed to open your pull request
This is currently necessary due to technical limitations with Forgejo Actions. If you do not have commit access, you may fork this repository and send a pull request the usual way, but a live preview of the website will not be available.
If a commit is meant to be backported to a stable branch, it must be
pnpm run preview to clone the website repo
and launch a local development server. The current docs branch will be opened in the browser.
Modifications can be made to the docs while the dev server is running, and the preview will live-reload.
All internal links within the documentation content should be relative to each page's path
File extensions (
.md) should not be included, and every URL should end with a trailing slash.
Look at existing links for examples.
Images should use relative URLs to the image files, which will be published at
Code of Conduct
All contributors are required to abide by the Forgejo Code of Conduct.
Feel free to reach out to the moderation team in case of any conflicts.
The documentation content originates from several different sources and each page has a different license.
Please check the
license frontmatter key near the top of each file to see the relevant license.
Where not otherwise stated, content is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.