Since lots of people lurk in #mdn, if you're actively attending the meeting please speak up and introduce yourself.
- Chris Mills
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 hacks.mozilla.org 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: mdn-samples.mozilla.org. 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?