As I mentioned in my post about ways you can help improve MDN in 2011, we are holding a virtual sprint to write documentation on MDN next week, January 28 to 29.
“Virtual” means that there will not be an in-person meeting, but rather people will participate from wherever they are, discussing what we’re doing via IRC. Please join us for any portion of the scheduled 34 hours of sprint time. If you’re not sure what to work on, just ask (either before or during the sprint), and we can help you find something appropriate to your background and interests.
Check out the doc sprint planning page for more details. Add your name under “Who” if you think you might help out.
By the way, if you’re not familiar with IRC, it’s a real-time text chat protocol that Mozilla uses a lot. If you don’t have a favorite IRC client program, you can use the ChatZilla add-on for Firefox, or the MiBBit website. Specify the server as irc.mozilla.org on port 6697 using SSL, pick a nickname, and connect to the #devmo channel. (If you’re having trouble with all that, you can use the mozilla.dev.mdc Google group to ask for help. Sorry about the spam in there, but I will see and respond if you post.)
Oh, and did I mention the t-shirts?