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The Atlassian Contributor License Agreement Comes of Age

In early March we opened up the Atlassian documentation to the wider community. We added a CC-by (Creative Commons Attribution) license to our product documentation. We invited people to contribute to our documentation after signing an Atlassian Contributor License Agreement (ACLA). At that stage, the ACLA was just starting its three-month trial. The trial period has now ended, and we're delighted to say: it's a go!

Maddox, Sarah. Atlassian Blog, The (2009). Articles>Documentation>Wikis>Case Studies

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Technical Writing in a Wiki - Content Re-use and Structure

Craft it with care. Review it with your Subject Matter Experts. Keep it in a central location and regularly maintain and update it. Re-use it as required. This is the third of a series of posts from Atlassian's Technical Writing Team focusing on using a wiki for technical writing. The second post in this series discussed how many people still think of a wiki as an unstructured collection of pages, but in fact wikis do support structured content. In this post, I'll be talking about how to leverage that structure in support of content re-use.

Hawse, Sally. Atlassian Blog, The (2011). Articles>Content Management>Technical Writing>Wikis

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Technical Writing in a Wiki - Documentation Release Management

This is the fourth in a series of posts from Atlassian's Technical Writing Team focusing on using a wiki for ´╗┐technical writing. Last week, Sally Hawse wrote about time-saving ways to re-use content. In this post, I'll be talking about how to manage the documentation release process using Confluence.

Jameson, Rosie. Atlassian Blog, The (2011). Articles>Documentation>Technical Writing>Wikis

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Technical Writing in a Wiki - Single Source Publishing

As technical writers, we always keep our readers' and customers' needs at the forefront of our minds. One of the most basic requirements is that our readers will have access to the documentation. No matter what tool we use to write the documents, we must be able to publish them in various output formats depending on where our readers are and the tools they have at their disposal.

Maddox, Sarah. Atlassian Blog, The (2010). Articles>Content Management>Single Sourcing>Wikis

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#38012

Technical Writing in a Wiki: from Draft to Published Document

This is the second in a series of posts from Atlassian's Technical Writing Team focusing on using a wiki for technical writing. Last week, Andrew Lui talked about why wikis are ideal for collaborative documentation development. In this post, I'll be talking about how you can use a wiki to publish documentation, from authoring content through to publishing.

Gaskell, Giles. Atlassian Blog, The (2011). Articles>Writing>Technical Writing>Wikis

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