At the DITA Europe conference in Munich, the DITA Open Toolkit contributors decided to split the toolkit documentation into a dedicated GitHub repository to make it easier for users to contribute.

We hope this step will encourage more people to get involved in the project.

If you’d like to contribute to the documentation, you no longer have to clone the main toolkit repository, you can simply fork the docs submodule and send us your pull requests.

I’ll talk more about that at DITA-OT Day tomorrow.