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We now have a new Google+ profile URL - http://google.com/+MozillaDeveloperNetwork. Be sure to add us to your bookmarks!
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We're getting ready to start rolling out our brand new wiki platform for the Mozilla Developer Network! +Eric Shepherd has more details...
 
We're getting ready to start rolling out our brand new wiki platform for the Mozilla Developer Network! It'll be done in stages, with all editing being done on the new wiki effective July 5th, and then all users will be on the new site for everything starting on the 15th. See http://www.bitstampede.com/2012/06/27/mdn-the-kuma-switch-begins-on-july-5th/ for details. I'll be blogging and writing more about this over the next few days as we get closer!
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New wiki is hack :'o(
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Mozilla MDN Hack Day on Tour, Heading to South America. Watch out for one near you.
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Have you played yet?
 
BrowserQuest: http://browserquest.mozilla.org/
An HTML5 game, based on canvas, web workers, localStorage, audio and CSS3 Media Queries
Play Mozilla's BrowserQuest, an HTML5 massively multiplayer game demo powered by WebSockets!
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Anyway, just reported 6 profiles as spammers.
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Video, Mobile, and the Open Web. Brendan Eich discusses some of the issues faced by Mozilla with video on the Web. What will happen now and what are the challenges moving forward.
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So, which upcoming Firefox feature or Web platform update are you most excited about?
 
Firefox in 2011 – Firefox plans for 2012: http://hacks.mozilla.org/2012/03/firefox-in-2011-firefox-plans-for-2012/
Silent updates, add-on compatibility, version numbers, WebRTC, SPDY + more!
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Have you noticed anything different on MDN in recent weeks? We've rolled out our new platform, Kuma, that our content will sit upon. Let us know what your experience has been so far.

Here are some places to find out more:
- +Eric Shepherd 's blog : http://www.bitstampede.com/
- Getting started with Kuma :https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Project%3AGetting_started_with_Kuma
This is an introductory guide to the Kuma wiki platform that powers MDN. "Kuma" is the Japanese word for "bear;" we chose this name because it's a bigger, more powerful creature than Kitsune, the soft...
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Do you want to contribute to MDN and don't know where to start. This post by Jérémie Patonnier should get you well on your way.
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Yes it is...
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Here is a great opportunity to become a speaker for the Open Web? Join us!
 
A speaker and presenter training program for Mozillians: Evangelism Reps is live
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Get to know the Mozilla Developer Engagement team!
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It's the Web. You drive. We're an open community of developers building resources for a better Web, regardless of brand, browser or platform.
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The Mozilla Developer Network (MDN). Also known by its project name, "Devmo" (short for "DEVeloper.Mozilla.Org"), this site has been designed to be a comprehensive, usable, accurate, and valuable resource for web developers. Read more...

MDN is part of the developer engagement project at Mozilla and another great resource for developers is hacks.mozilla.org.