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The QGIS project is always looking for people who are willing to invest some more time updating QGIS documentation and translating it into a foreign language - even perhaps to coordinate the update and translation effort.
We are trying to improve our project management process and spread the load more evenly between people who each have a specific area of responsibility, so any contribution you have to make will be greatly appreciated.
The complete list of documents managed by the QGIS Documentation Team can be found at http://www.qgis.org/en/docs/index.html. All the documentation sources are hosted in QGIS-Documentation repository. If you want to update some features in QGIS or document new ones, you need to:
Instructions for contributing in documentation and managing a git repository are available at Documentation Guidelines
Direct access to source file
To easily find the file to update in the repository, use the Fix me link provided at the bottom of any page of the Testing documentation. It directly opens the source file in your forked repo. Just make your changes, commit in a new branch and submit pull request to the main repository.