Most of the time, it is mostly reviewing that the documentation isn't wrong in any way and that it follows the how to write documentation guideline.
There is however something where we need to be extra careful: stability guarantees.
First, short explanation about what a stability guarantee is: a statement in the document which explains what the item is doing in a precise case. For example:
- Showing precisely how a function on floats handles
- Saying that a sort method has a particular running-time bound.
So if a doc change updates/adds/removes a stability guarantee, it has to be very carefully handled and needs to go through the libs API team FCP.
It can be circumvented by adding a
# Current Implementation section
like done here.