What is the Mozilla Developer Center?
A: The Mozilla Developer Center, also known by its project name, "Devmo" (short for "DEVeloper.Mozilla.Org"), is a Mozilla project dedicated to providing documentation, education, and community for developers of all types.
Our primary audiences are:
- Web Developers -- People who create the myriad sites and content for the World Wide Web.
- Mozilla Extension and Application Developers -- People who develop extensions for Firefox and Thunderbird, and applications using Mozilla technologies.
- Mozilla Contributors -- The "loose band of freewheeling computer programmers from around the world" who create the Mozilla technologies at the foundation of all of this.
What is the future of the Mozilla Developer Center?
A: The Mozilla Developer Center is positioned to take a leadership role in providing a valuable and community-driven resource for web development. We've build the foundation now for a comprehensive, usable, accurate, and valuable resource that developers will use on a daily basis.
If you have any ideas about what this project could become (or how to get there), please come join the fun.
I've found a bug on the site, what do I do about it?
If you have found a problem with anything related to this site (website, stylesheet, documentation, processes, etc.) that you aren't able to fix yourself, please send an email to email@example.com. Alternately, file a bug in , under the "mozilla.org > developer.mozilla.org" component.