GitHub account setup
Set up a GitHub account
To contribute changes or additions to Adobe (or other organizations) documentation on GitHub, you need to set up your own GitHub account. It's easy.
- If you don't already have a GitHub account, go to https://github.com/join .
- Follow the prompts to create your account.
- If you're unfamiliar with GitHub, go through the tutorial at the end of the setup process.
Identify any affilations in your GitHub profile. Identification helps us build a complete profile of all your activitives.
Sign the Contributor License Agreement (CLA)
All third-party contributions to this project must be accompanied by a signed contributor license agreement. This gives Adobe permission to redistribute your contributions as part of the project.
- Sign the Contributor License Agreement (CLA) if acceptible.
If you are an Adobe employee, we recommend that you go to https://git.corp.adobe.com/adobedocs , sign in using your LDAP account, and locate the content you want to edit.
You can then use either the minor (in-browser) or major (forking and local cloning) approach to editing articles and submitting pull requests.