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 Contributing to documentation is an excellent way to support Evergreen, even if you are new to documentation. In fact, beginners often have a distinct advantage over the experts, more easily spotting the places where documentation is lacking or where it is unclear. ​ Contributing to documentation is an excellent way to support Evergreen, even if you are new to documentation. In fact, beginners often have a distinct advantage over the experts, more easily spotting the places where documentation is lacking or where it is unclear. ​
  
-We welcome your contribution with planning, writing, editing, ​testing, converting to AsciiDoc, and other tasks. Whatever your background or experience we are keen to have your help!+We welcome your contribution with planning, writing, editing, ​reviewing, converting to AsciiDoc, and other tasks. Whatever your background or experience we are keen to have your help!
  
 ==== First Steps ==== ==== First Steps ====
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   * [[http://​www.methods.co.nz/​asciidoc/​userguide.html|User Guide]] -- Detailed guide for AsciiDoc syntax. (methods.co.nz)   * [[http://​www.methods.co.nz/​asciidoc/​userguide.html|User Guide]] -- Detailed guide for AsciiDoc syntax. (methods.co.nz)
  
-**Testing** -- Comparing the documents with the functions they describe+**General Review** -- Comparing the documents with the functions they describe ​(i.e. testing the step-by-step instructions with the matching version of Evergreen)
  
-**AsciiDoc conversion** -- For existing files that are not already in AsciiDoc, and new ones created by people writing in other formats +**Editorial ​Review** -- Ensuring the documentation is clear and follows Evergreen DIG style guide conventions
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-**Editorial ​review** -- Ensuring the documentation is clear and follows Evergreen DIG style guide conventions+
  
 **CSS Design** -- Making the pages more attractive and user-friendly **CSS Design** -- Making the pages more attractive and user-friendly
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 +**AsciiDoc conversion** -- For existing files that are not already in AsciiDoc, and new ones created by people writing in other formats
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 **XML Transform and Committers** -- Converting the files to HTML and PDF, making permanent changes, and uploading the files **XML Transform and Committers** -- Converting the files to HTML and PDF, making permanent changes, and uploading the files
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