My first effort along those lines is that I’m going to try to keep the Firefox 3.1 for developers page organized from the get-go, instead of letting it turn into a jumbled mishmash; there were times during which the Firefox 3 page got a little out of hand. It eventually required a massive overhaul that took me a few days to finish up. I hope to avoid that this time around.
Of course, Firefox 3.1 won’t be the enormous project that Firefox 3 was, so this won’t be a real stress test of my plans, but I do look forward to the trial run.
In general, I really enjoy the early stages of the documentation work on a project. There’s no pressure, no rush, and you find yourself learning new and interesting things without having to rush so fast that you miss details.