First I want to thank you for this great project! It is very nice that this solution is available to anybody.
I’d like to know if it is possible to improve the documentation on using openrouteservice on a docker host. I was struggling with it because the configuration to use (ors-config.json) is not working out of the box. Also the docker instructions and docker-compose to use is unclear and also not working out the box. It would be great if you have something in place that helps people running their selected (Geofabrik) osm out of the box.
I am considering writing a tutorial for my own website. However, I’ll be happy to write improved documentation for you (to do something in return for this great project).
no - as is common, there’s a limited set of people with write access to the repository.
Thus, as the github workflow suggests, you’ll have to fork the repo, push to a branch on there and then open a pull request.
That shouldn’t be that much overhead - mainly three, four clicks and cloning a different repo