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MDN 0.9.x (Danger Mouse) Goals

With the initial 0.9 version of the MDN website live, we have received a lot of great feedback and want to address it in the next round 0.9.* releases. In addition, we have a few features that were pushed out due to limited time and webdev resources, so we need to get them implemented ASAP over a few milestones.

Upcoming Releases

MDN 0.9.8 (Target: July 14, 2011)

  • (P1) Dev Derby updates
  • (P2) Demo Studio topics/users sub-pages

MDN 0.9.9 (Target: July 28, 2011)

  • (P1) Member/developer profile system

FUTURE

  • (P3) Dynamic MDN affiliates/button generator (l10n friendly?)

Past Releases

MDN 0.9.7 (Target: June 30, 2011)

  • (P1) MDN Events page and nav item for Developer Engagement calendar
  • (P2) MDN / Dev Derby / Demo Studio bug fixes and new content
  • (P1) Add MDN Community nav item for Events, Discussions, Promote

MDN 0.9.6 (Target: June 14, 2011)

  • (P1) MDN home page and header redesign
  • (P1) Demo Studio refresh

MDN 0.9.5 (Target: June 7, 2011)

  • Bug list
  • (P1) Dev Derby page(s) for Demo Studio
  • (P2) Simple MDN affiliates/button page

MDN 0.9.4 (April 28, 2011)

  • (P1) "Learn" pages for JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3 [janet,sheppy,jay]
  • (P1) All current l10n blockers
  • (P2) WebQA selenium test suite [Steven][POSTPONED]

MDN 0.9.3 (March 8, 2011

MDN 0.9.2 (November 16, 2010)

  • skin the Deki wiki [craigcook]
  • l10n/Deki URL handlers [ozten/wenzel]
  • 0.9.2.1
    • l10n url handler bug fix + bug fixes
  • 0.9.2.2
    • mobile add-on cup promo removal + cleanup

MDN 0.9.1 (Q42010)

  • configure the site for l10n work via Verbatim so that localizers can start translating the UI and as much content as possible. [wenzel]
  • improve the UX to better suit the needs of the web developer and documentation communities that are the primary visitors to MDN [chowse]
  • better SEO [webdev?]
  • mobile videos hosted and published on /mobile page [webdev?]

Danger Mouse Dev Planning

Team:

  • Jay Patel - Product/Project Manager
  • Les Orchard, and Luke Crouch - Web Developers
  • Craig Cook and Chris Howse - Design & Front-End
  • Raymond Etornam and Stephen Donner - QA
  • Sheppy, Janet, and Paul - Docs & Demos

Buglists:

Meeting Notes

QA Process:

Release Process: