Just to hop in, damn sorry you’ve hit these issues Erik. We love the other tutorial you did and really appreciate the hard work that goes into this stuff. We know it’s a pain to get going but it’s awesome when it helps other folks out. For the tutorials side of stuff we’re reaching out to the folks that manage that and we’ll see what we can get pulled together. Unfortunately it’s not something in our control as we’ve centralized the tutorial stuff (which is really nice once it’s up).
For Juju content we’re really hoping this move to the discourse site is the lowest barrier to entry we can get folks. Just plunk content in here. I know we’re happy to help edit, categorize, ask questions, etc. It really lets more folks get involved and now that you mention it I know that it’d be great to get edit rights to some of the community so we can grow the team helping to keep things updated and as awesome as possible. If you’re interested let me know and I’d love to get some more folks setup for it.
Finally, the docs site is scheduled to get over here. Again, it’s something that teams in Canonical are doing/prototyping. I know the snap folks have led the way on having documentation in Discourse where they can be collaborated on more easily. There’s a team working on a migration tool to get all of our github docs migrated into a Category in here as well and they’re going to use the same tool for maas, lxd, and Juju. We’re down the list of folks to get the tool to migrate so we’re holding steady at the moment while we wait for that progress to come our way.
In the meantime though I want to encourage everyone to use this discourse site as a dumping ground for notes, tutorials, questions, idea sharing, etc. It really is our home to make of it what we will and hope no one feels discouraged inside these virtual walls here.
Let me know if I can do anything to help out @erik-lonroth. What’s the tutorial updates you’re looking to make? I’m curious what’s in the pipeline.