MDN/Hack on MDN

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Hack on MDN

Hack on MDN are a set of events where MDN contributors (employees, partners, and volunteers) are meeting for a few days in the same location. The goal is to work on specific topics to make significant progress.

Hack on MDN area hackathons, that is event where people produce concrete output. There are no meetings events, meaning that discussion meetings are not allowed. Each activity must have tangible results, and participants are expected to present their work, eventually in groups, in a show and tell at the end of the event.

"Hack on MDN" are per invitation events, and each event has a specific topic.

Next events

The next event is:

  • Hack on MDN #3: Thursday March 15th, 2018 to Sunday March 18th, 2018 at Mozilla Paris. Theme: Browser compat data

Future events

We think about doing 3 additional events in 2018, one per each Quarter (dates and themes not yet defined)

Past events

We already organized 2 such events in the past:

  • In 2014, Hack on MDN #1 at Paris
  • In 2015, Hack on MDN #2 at Berlin

And the years before we organized Doc Sprints, similar to Hack on MDN, but focused on producing documentation.