v 1.0 of the toolkit will mostly focus on building capacity to aggregate and organize as much content as possible after which we can focus on steps and procedures of building and maintaining it from lessons learnt on v 1.0
Version 1.0 of the toolkit will go up on the Mozilla wiki. The first phase of having a toolkit involves getting content up and organized in a collaborative driven effort which is relatively easy to do on the wiki. Content will be categorized as:
- Best Practices
- Tools & Resources
Under the Mozilla Communities product on Bugzilla, we'll be having a Community Building Toolkit to:
- Collect feedback from different Mozilla teams around items they would like to see added on the toolkit.
- Coordinate collaboration on editing the content of the toolkit by classically using Bugzilla as a platform of peer review to changes and updates
Bring together a small group of mozillians to help manage the toolkit (wiki wizard, bug wrangler, creative) Checkout the Toolkit Team for more info on that
Bi-weekly editing sprint
Being a content gathering phase of the toolkit, a regular occurrence will be wiki sprints. This involves gathering physically or virtually to hack on the kit. Dates will be set in relation to the number of bug requests we receive or backlogs of identified items that need to be put up. All about the sprints.
If you'd like to see any additions or changes made to the toolkit, file a bug here Some templates you could use when filing bugs:
Category: Best Practices | People | Calendar | Tools & Resources | Communication | Planning | FAQ Addition: What would you want to see added Description: A summary of the addition that we can put up on the toolkit
Become Part of the Team
Interested in becoming part of the toolkit team? Take a look at how you can contribute: Toolkit Team