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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:
    • jswisher
    • bassam
    • Heather
    • klez
    • fscholz
    • teoli
    • Sheppy



  • None, apparently


  • Anyone: read about Removing in-content iframes and help out by removing some; add strike-through style on list items as you deal with them.
  • Anyone: Help translate the Javascript Guide home page into as many languages as possible, so that it will be useful to users.
  • Anyone: Help translate strings in the JS sidebar templates, L10n:Common and L10n:JavaScript, to make the JS sidebar look better in your language.


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.

  • Recent recognition awards
  • <iframe> eradication project
    • Semi-urgent, in that the dev team is eager to disable iframes in content unless they're used from within a macro/template.

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.

  • (jswisher) Badge criteria: How flexible should we be?
    • FYI, small contributions are OK to nominate for the "MDN Starter" badge.
      • Any first-time contribution that makes you think "ooh, nice one".
    • What about ones (for MDN Starter) that are not actually the user's first contribution?
      • Yes, if self-nominated, since the person obviously values badges.
    • Are we grandfathering in long-time contributors? What about people who contributed long ago but haven't in a while?
      • In general, not going back in time, but will consider <1 year (especially if self-nominated).
      • Might add a 10th Anniversary badge, or "MDN Contributor in 2015".
  • (teoli, fscholz) Update about JS translations.
    • fscholz updated the sidebar for the JS section of MDN, to make it work better for partially-translated locales. For pages that are not translated in the current locale, it links to the en-US version, with "[translate]" next to it.


Anything else we need to discuss synchronously?

  • There will be a Locasprint this weekend in the Paris office, for localizing many Mozilla things, including MDN.