Productivity remains high!
- Created the new SeeCompatTable template; this is used to add a banner at the top of a page to call attention to the compatibility table. We should use this on pages where some or all browsers prefix the API, to call people’s attention to the table where these prefixes are explained.
- Documented the functions associated with string closures in SpiderMonkey: JS_GetExternalStringClosure() and JS_IsExternalString().
- Documented how to use media queries from code using the MediaQueryList and MediaQueryListListener interfaces.
- Tons of edits and cleanup work, as well as other, less substantial documentation updates.
At this moment (that is, as I write this post) there is just 1 dev-doc-needed bug for Firefox 5, and only 5 for Firefox 6. There’s probably other stuff floating around out there (especially for Firefox 6, since things won’t settle down there until it moves to the Aurora branch), but we’re keeping up nicely so far!