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Evergreen Documentation Interest Group (DIG)

The Evergreen DIG was established in May 2009 at the first Evergreen International Conference, where members of the Evergreen community committed to developing single-source, standards-based documentation for Evergreen. Since then, DIG has been actively working toward that goal.

We welcome new participants and invite anyone interested to attend meetings, volunteer for tasks, and join the discussion email list ( There's a role for everyone!

About DIG

Official Documentation

Projects and To-do Lists

Evergreen Documentation Guidelines

Liscensing Terms
DIG Style Guide

The preferred format for documentation submissions is AsciiDoc, a plain-text format.

DIG Test Server

  • community demo servers: These are community Evergreen servers available for testing procedures and learning.

Community-Created Evergreen Documentation

Other Evergreen Documentation

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