You are browsing the Symfony 4.1 documentation, which changes significantly from Symfony 3.x. If your app doesn't use Symfony 4.1 yet, browse the Symfony 3.4 documentation.
Contributing to Symfony
This part of the documentation tells you everything you want to know about how you can be involved with the Symfony project; from contributing documentation to fix bugs.
These short articles explain everything you need to contribute to the Symfony documentation:
- The Contribution Process
- Explains the steps to follow to contribute fixes and new contents. It's the same contribution process followed by most open source projects, so you may already know everything that is needed.
- Documentation Formats
- Explains the technical details of the reStructuredText format that is used to write the docs. Skip it if you are already familiar with this format.
- Documentation Standards
- Explains how to write docs and code examples to match the style and tone of the rest of the existing documentation.
- Explains the details of the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license used for the Symfony Documentation.
This work, including the code samples, is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license.