Contribute to Sumo Docs
We're a developer/practitioner community building reliable and secure modern apps. We welcome all contributions, from minor typo fixes to new docs/topics. Your expertise and sharing can help fellow users learn and expand their knowledge of Sumo Logic.
Sumo Logic Documentation is an Open Source project available as a GitHub repository. This section will grow as we answer questions and provide support for submissions and new content. Here you'll information on creating files, writing in markdown, using our templates, submitting pull requests (PRs), and more.
There are many ways to contribute to Sumo Docs, beyond writing code. Here's a high-level overview of how you can get involved.
Create or Edit a Doc
Submit an Issue
To report a bug or request more information, you can help us by submitting a GitHub Issue to our repository. Enter as much information as you can, including content corrections, steps to reproduce, command/code updates, and clarifying questions. To share your knowledge, submit a PR with a fix.
Before submitting an issue, you can browse our existing GitHub issues to see if someone has already reported it, and join the discussion via comments.
Submit a Feature Request
You can submit a Sumo Docs feature request.
If you're looking to submit a Sumo Logic (not docs) feature request, click here.
📄️ Edit an Existing Doc
Learn how to edit a doc, write content in markdown, and submit your changes to our repo.
📄️ Create a New Doc
Learn how to create a doc, write content in markdown, and submit your changes to our repo.
📄️ Style Guide
A guide to styling and formatting Sumo Logic Docs.
📄️ Code of Conduct
Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct
This glossary provides an alphabetized list of technical term definitions used in Sumo Logic.
📄️ Word List
An alphabetized list of commonly used terms at Sumo Logic, including components and features of Sumo Logic, and other usage issues, such as punctuation and capitalization.
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