Open Sourcing Documentation

Take a look at two open source documentation sites and how community-written documentation is providing better resources for developers.

MDN is a web development resource for and by developers. The MDN community documents web standards on an HTML-based wiki platform – the code of which is also open source. Web is an effort between all the major browser vendors and WC3 to provide community-written documentation across products, platforms, and technologies. Find out how these efforts compliment each other and validate the open source and community-driven model for documentation.

Presented by Janet Swisher

Recorded live in the Mozilla Devroom on Day 1 of FOSDEM '13 in Brussels.

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Location: Brussels
Duration: 29 minutes
Channels: FOSDEM '13, Main

Tags: MDN, fosdem, documentation

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