… and on the seventh day, God rested. So do most of our developers, for very good reasons. Sunday is usually the lowest traffic day of any day in any IRC channel.
But we still get people in the channels asking for help. Less, certainly, but not zero.
I’m thinking Sundays would be great days to have a “Doc Day”, where we just go through the source code and the docs on mozilla.org and see what we can turn up that needs fixing and/or writing down. The various trees are usually very stable on the weekend, with few checkins.
So what would a Doc Day entail?
At first, not very much! When I tried kickstarting documentation a couple years ago, I fell flat on my face, mainly because I tried too hard to guide everything in a certain direction and we didn’t have enough feedback. We might still not get enough feedback on Sunday, but this time around I can afford to linger for 12 hours at a time online.
Probably we’d start out mainly by picking an area that someone wants doc’d, and we’d spend a day on it, gathering notes
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. Somewhere late in the evening Pacific time (say, 5 pm), we’d probably call it quits on note-taking and gather around one place to start compiling what we learned into a document or two.
I’d host it on my blog (thanks to my saveAsFile.js script), and we’d gather in a channel like #mozillazine to nitpick it and polish it to a submittable draft. The goal would be one major document (an article, an interface’s implementation, etc.) a week. Then, I’d probably ship off the draft to Asa or someone else who cares, and we’d get it posted.
One document a week. I think it’s doable. Who’s willing to help?
UPDATE: But not this Sunday. This Sunday, two of the hottest teams in football this year are going head-to-head. One of them happens to be that of my hometown, beaten only once this year. The other is the defending Super Bowl champions, unbeaten for nearly 20 games.
I’m beginning to think that I’m the Rodney Dangerfield of Mozilla development. I get a lot of things wrong, and that’s why I don’t get no… 🙂