This page provides information on the plans for documenting Firefox 3, including listing topics that need to be covered, specific articles that need to be written, and the names of people that have expressed an interest in covering them. All topics are expected to include examples; note their status as well.
In addition, rough (very rough) estimates of how long various tasks should take are included.
If you're working on one of these documents, please indicate in the "ETA" column the amount of time (in hours) you expect the work to take to complete.
Note that the estimated work hours is just that: an estimate.
We will soon be creating landing pages for web and extension developers to learn how to update their content for Firefox 3. These will be targeted to ramp up well in advance of the expected beta release of Firefox 3 in
July October (?).
Some items to document that may not be on this page are tracked in bugzilla:
- dev-doc-needed bugs (these need to be documented; 33 bugs as of 2007-10-16)
- dev-doc-complete bugs (documentation for these has been created; 60 bugs as of 2007-10-16)