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 +====== Evergreen Documentation Interest Group ======
 +===== Terms of Reference =====
 +
 +==== Mission Statement ====
 +The Evergreen Documentation Interest Group (DIG) plans, facilitates,​ produces, manages, and provides access to online documentation about Evergreen.
 +
 +==== Scope ====
 +  * Administers a framework for documentation,​ inclusive of timelines, a style guide, software tools, and DIG member training and support
 +  * Produces reference and training documentation for standard implementations (not locally customized software), in multiple formats, for developers, system administrators,​ library managers, library staff, library users, and sites considering implementing
 +  * Connects users to documentation via posting standard documentation on DIG web pages, linking out to community documentation,​ incorporation of help into the staff client, and fostering in-code documentation
 +  * Manages the Evergreen documentation email list and the DIG web pages
 +  * Does not provide technical support for Evergreen
 +
 +==== Principles ====
 +  * Operates with wide participation and open communication,​ plans for its long-term sustainability,​ and is responsive to community need
 +  * Manages documentation via single-sourcing,​ a central repository, version control, and the use of broader standards and best practices. We use DocBook for text-based documents
 +  * Provides current historical standard documentation that is free and open, has cohesive structure and style, is easy for users to find and use, and is easy to maintain and translate
 +  * Fosters collaboration,​ minimization of duplicative work, and the inclusion of documentation as part of the software development process
  
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