Chromium Blog: Building unified documentation for the web
Today, web documentation is taking a big step towards a unified source. Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) Web Docs is announcing a new product advisory board, which includes founding members from Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and several others from the web standards and development communities. The product advisory board will review and provide feedback on the direction of MDN’s web documentation going forward.
For the last several years, Chrome has been transitioning its web documentation efforts to MDN, allowing us to combine our documentation efforts with many open source contributors like Mozilla. The product advisory board is another step towards making MDN the best source of up-to-date, comprehensive documentation on the web and aligns closely with our goal to make it easier to build for the web as a whole. As part of this effort, we’re also investing in interoperability tests for the web, which allows browsers to share tests and compare the compatibility of their features. We’re also building new infrastructure to help browser developers find bugs and missing APIs between implementations.