These updates are not meant to be all inclusive updates of everything we’ve done. We’re giving you a snapshot of some of the things we work on …
Janet’s been working on the upcoming Doc Sprint. Preparations are proceeding for the next doc sprint. At least 10 community members are expected in Cincinnati, and several of them are arriving early to attend the Open Help Conference.
In case you are wondering what a doc sprint looks like, here they are hard at work at the last doc sprint. (Rumor has it they had a bit of fun too!)
Please join us at the next one if you’d like to help:
Sheppy continued to make sure you can learn about web technologies:
Will was getting ready to ship the Add-on SDK’s final beta, lots of new APIs.
Christian spoke at a certain company about open web stuff and distributed working.
Jay’s intern John emailed back and is excited to join us in a few weeks!Â He starts on May 27 and will be working with us on MDN related projects, including Demo Studio outreach, Kuma development, and other developer research and engagement work.Â Â Jay gave John some homework, so he’ll be ready to go when he gets out to Mountain View at the end of the month!Â Now Jay says he just need to let him know he can just call me Jay.Â 🙂
Christian having fun at the Jax Conference …
And in the time it took me to get out this update, Eric has been busily cranking out content and updating existing material for Firefox 5 and 6.
And Will has been busy working on the last development cycle before Add-on SDK 1.0 ships. He’s been integrating the example add-ons that ship with the SDK into the documentation system.
I had a great time at JSConf where I got to track down a new Fire suit with help from …
… Ryan Snyder. More on our adventure later!
Have a great week!
The Developer Engagement Team
Christian, Janet, Jay, Louis-RÃ©mi, Paul, Sheppy, Will and Stormy