While this weekend’s documentation sprint was smaller than the previous one, it represented significant steps toward achieving the goal of making Mozilla Developer Network a comprehensive, usable, and accurate resource for everyone developing for the web.
- Eric Shepherd created and refined (and the rest of us began implementing) a format and related templates for browser compatibility tables for web technology reference pages. These tables will contain information about support for features in the major browsers, for both desktop and mobile platforms. Now the big task is to add the tables and browser support information to all of the many pages that need them.
- In addition, Kang-Hao Lu created a template for indicating prefixed CSS properties, and used it in compatibility tables on several CSS property reference pages.
- Collaboration with Google continued, with Kathy W updating the article on requestAnimationFrame with compatibility info for Chrome and Safari.
- Jeremie Pationnier continued rocking the SVG reference, adding 17 new pages, improving several others, and adding the NeedsCompatTable tag to all of them.
- Florian Scholz documented three more MathML elements, and added compatibility tables.
- Trevor Hobson updated XUL elements and attributes to use templates for interface references.
- Matheus Svolenski translated two more pages into Brazilian Portuguese.
- Janet Swisher created a compatibility table for the HTML <input> element. The Firefox version information for the attributes and for values of the
typeattribute is now in this table rather than interspersed in the body of the page.
Thanks to everyone who participated!