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    О MDN

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    Mozilla Developer Network или Сеть Разработчиков Мозила (MDN) - это развивающаяся платформа для обучения Веб технологиям и программному обеспечению на котором основан Веб. Это включает в себя:

    Наша миссия

    Миссия MDN очень проста: это предоставление законченной, точной, и полезной документации для всего, что как-то относится к open Web, и не важно является ли это программным обеспечением от Mozilla или нет. Если есть открытая технология относящаяся к Web, мы хотим задокументировать её.

    В дополнение, мы предоставляем документацию о том как разрабатывать и вносить свой вклад в проекты Mozilla а также в Firefox OS и разработку приложений для Web.

    Если вы не уверены должна ли некоторая тема быть представлена на MDN, читайте: Нужно ли это на MDN?

    Как Вы можете помочь?

    Вам не нужно уметь программировать—или писать статьи—для того, чтобы иметь возможность помочь MDN! Мы располагаем множеством вариантов как вы можете помочь нам, например вы можете просматривать статьи и подтверждать, что они имеют смысл, попутно подправляя текст, и добавляя примеры кода. По правде, у Вас столько много возможностей помочь нам, что мы даже подготовили специальную утилиту подобора задач для помощи нам, учитывая ваши интересы и количество времени которое вы готовы тратить!

    MDN сообщество

    Наше сообщество глобально! Мы имеем в своих рядах замечательных волонтёров со всего мира, общающихся на огромном количестве языков. Если вы хотели бы узнать о нас больше, или вам требуется любая помощь MDN, пожалуйста добавтесь к нам в рассылку или в IRC канал!

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    Download content

    You can retrieve the content of a single page on MDN by adding document parameters to the URL to specify what format you want.

    If you want to download a complete, anonymized SQL dump of the MDN database -- that is, a copy of the database with all private user information scrubbed out, we provide that as well. This dump is updated on the first day of each month.

    There are three archives that comprise the anonymized monthly dump of MDN:

    <date>.sanitized.devmo_sanitize.sql.gz
    The sanitized MySQL database dump of all of MDN's content, data records, and so forth. This is all article content, history records, and so forth. All personal user information has been stripped out (such as email addresses).
    attachments-<date>.tar.gz
    This archive contains all the file attachments that have been uploaded to the wiki.
    uploads-<date>.tar.gz
    This (very large!) archive contains the files uploaded to the Demo Studio. If your interest is only in wiki content, you don't need to download this.

    Visit the MDN landfill to download these files.

    Third-party tools

    You can also view MDN content via third-party tools like Dash (for Mac OS) and Zeal (for Linux and Windows).

    Reporting problems with MDN

    Now and then, you may run into problems while using MDN. Whether it's a problem with site infrastructure or an error in documentation content, you can either try to fix it yourself or report the problem. While the former is preferred, the latter is sometimes the best you can manage, and that's okay too.

    Documentation errors

    Obviously, since MDN is a wiki, the best thing you can possibly do is fix problems you spot yourself. But maybe you don't know the answer or are in the middle of rushing to the hospital or something, and need to jot down the problem so someone can look at it later.

    As is the case with all things Mozilla, you report a documentation problem by filing a bug. That's when filing a documentation request bug comes in. Our handy documentation request form will gather the information needed to get us started on fixing the issue.

    Of course, our writing community is busy, so sometimes the quickest way to see a documentation problem resolved is to fix it yourself. See Creating and editing pages for details.

    Site bugs or feature requests

    Kuma, the Mozilla-developed platform used for the MDN web site, is in a state of continuous development. Our developers—as well as a number of volunteer contributors—are constantly making improvements. If you see a bug, or have a problem with the site, or even have a suggestion for something that could make the software more awesome, you can use the Kuma bug form to file a report.

    History of MDN

    The Mozilla Developer Network (a.k.a. Mozilla Developer Center (MDC), a.k.a. Devmo) project started in early 2005, when the Mozilla Foundation obtained a license from AOL to use the original DevEdge content. The DevEdge content was mined for still-useful material, which was then migrated by volunteers into this wiki so it would be easier to update and maintain.

    Since then, the project has continued growing and now forms a central nexus for all developer documentation related to the Mozilla Project and open web technologies. In 2010, the name was changed to Mozilla Developer Network; 2011 saw the addition of Demo Studio for web developers to share and show off their code, and Learning pages to provide links to tutorials. (The name MDC lives on as "MDN Doc Center" for the documentation section.) In time, it is hoped that the Mozilla Developer Network will become a resource that web designers, application developers, and extension and theme writers visit on a regular basis.

    About Mozilla

    Whether you want to learn more about who we are, how to be a part of Mozilla or just where to find us, you've come to the right place. To find out what drives us and makes us different, please visit our mission page.

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