The last few years have been very busy for the Mozilla Developer Network community. In addition to all the writing and documentation work we’ve managed to do, we’ve had additional major projects going on each year:
- 2012 was the year of the Kuma project, building and launching a new MDN based off a home-grown platform to better serve our needs in documenting both the open Web and the Mozilla project.
- 2013 was the year of the redesign; we spent much of our time last year designing, building, testing, and deploying the MDN site redesign, making MDN more attractive and user-friendly than ever before.
Unfortunately, with all these huge (yet incredibly awesome and important) projects going on, we’ve not gotten as much done on documentation as we’d have liked. That’s why we’ve decided that 2014 will be the “year of content.”
Our goal for this year is to get caught up on documenting things we’ve fallen behind on and to improve the existing material already on MDN. I’ll be blogging more about what we’ll be doing for the “year of content” soon. In the meantime, if you contribute to MDN (and if you don’t, shame on you!), think about things you know of that need to be fixed. Start making a list. Your ideas are needed, and we’ll be diving into this work soon!