MDN (which is an abbreviation for Mozilla Developer Network) is more than a wiki: It's a community of developers working together to make MDN an outstanding resource for developers who use open Web technologies.
We'd love it if you contribute to MDN, but we'd love it even more if you participate in the MDN community. Here's how to get connected, in three easy steps:
How the community works
The following are more articles that describe the community of MDN.
- Community roles
- There are a number of roles within the MDN community that have specific responsibilities.
- Doc sprints
- This is a guide to organizing a documentation sprint. It contains advice and tips from people who have organized doc sprints, to help you in organizing one, too.
- Follow what's happening
- MDN is brought to you by the Mozilla Developer Network community. Here are some ways to that we share information about what we're doing.
- MDN community conversations
- The "work" of MDN happens on the MDN site, but the "community" also happens through (asynchronous) discussion and (synchronous) online chat and meetings.
- Working in community
- A major part of contributing to MDN documentation on any significant scale is knowing how to work as part of the MDN community. This article offers tips to help you make the most of your interactions with both other writers and with development teams.