As I look over my to-do lists for Firefox 3.1 documentation, I see no action items remaining. That means we’ve reached that point I like to call “essentially complete.”
What that means, to me, is that as far as I can tell, we now have documentation for all of the new developer-facing topics in Firefox 3.1.
Now it’s up to you, my intrepid friends in Mozilladom, to tell me where our documentation has holes. Please go through the content linked from the Firefox 3.1 for developers page and tell me where we have gaps, or if you find articles that seem particularly “stubby” to you.
There’s almost certainly still work to be done. Just because everything is covered, doesn’t necessarily mean it’s covered as well as it needs to be. But I’m awfully close to most of this material now, so I may or may not be able to see the flaws. That’s where you come in.
Despite knowing that there’s almost certainly more to be done, this is always an exciting moment in the documentation work for any project. Knowing that everything is covered — at least to some extent — is always a thrill.