Wiki Wednesday: February 22, 2012

Here are today’s Wiki Wednesday articles! If you know about these topics, please try to find a few minutes to look over these articles that are marked as needing technical intervention and see if you can fix them up. You can do so either by logging into the wiki and editing the articles directly, or by emailing your notes, sample code, or feedback to

Contributors to Wiki Wednesday will get recognition in the next Wiki Wednesday announcement. Thanks in advance for your help!



Developing Mozilla





Thanks to Neil Rashbrook for contributing!



Thanks to leeli and Panagiotis Tsalaportas for their contributions!



Thanks to Panagiotis Tsalaportas and Neil Rashbrook for their contributions since last time.


Thanks to Matt N. for his contribution to the DOM documentation.

About Eric Shepherd

Back in the early days of my career, I was a coder for computer games; if you search little-known Mac titles published by companies including Interplay/MacPlay, MGM Interactive, and Logicware, you'll see my name. Eventually, that work got old and I became a technical writer. Now I'm the developer documentation team lead at Mozilla.

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One comment

  1. Mark Cody

    Just read Boolean link as this is what was based on the transistor – the ‘and’ ‘or’ ‘if’. I suppose the same principle is applied to Google search engines and the like.

    Would say I enjoyed the post but unfortunately it went right over my head!!!

    August 29th, 2012 at 15:03

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