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The MDN community meeting takes place in the #mdn channel on at 10 AM PDT (18:00 UTC). See the meeting time in your time zone.


Since lots of people lurk in #mdn, if you're actively attending the meeting please speak up and introduce yourself.

  • Attending:
    • Janet
    • Sheppy
    • HBloomer
    • Jean-Yves
    • Stormy
    • sigdan
    • Chris Mills
    • ali





Note items here that you want to be sure the community is aware of. We won't rehash what's listed here, but may raise and discuss questions about these items.

  • (teoli) jsx is writing a post on about CSS Counter Styles Level 3 (that he documented about MDN). If you have documented something and want to write a blog post about it on hacks, ping teoli or Havi!
  • (sheppy) We have a domain for the sample backend server: I hope to have it up and running for static content today or tomorrow. I just need to resolve one configuration problem that's preventing startup.
  • (teoli) Lots of activity by SebastianZ on the CSS docs as 30 new CSS properties landed two weeks ago.

Topics for Discussion

Are you facing a challenge with something related to MDN, or need help from others in the community? Please bring it up for discussion.

  • Help is needed to split <input> into subpages based on input type. It can be done incrementally. Talk to Jean-Yves (teoli) if you'd like to help. Sidgan volunteers to start with <input type="date">.
  • Scott Michaud is interesting in working on some videos showing how to do web programming:
    • "I'm thinking starting off real basic, like an explanation of what objects are... then how elements are special objects that are in a tree... then use Firefox Web Tools to mess with existing websites to show what that is, then maybe make a game of Pong or something. ... From there you could extend to Canvas, WebGL 2D, and then WebGL 3d, and so forth. ... I think that games are about the most obvious, literal way to explain Object-Oriented Programming, because objects are literally objects."
    • Janet suggests these could be short videos for Topic in a Box.


Anything else we need to discuss synchronously?