Yesterday the Developer Engagement team at Mozilla launched Ask MDN, a project that we hope is going to help us reach out to the wider developer community on Twitter.
I have a personal interest in this project as it's something that I've been working on quite a lot over the past few days and weeks. It has been great fun getting the project off the ground and I'm really excited about kicking it off properly next week.
I'm not particularly keen on writing this all out for a second or third time, so allow me to directly quote the rest of this announcement from the post on the Mozilla Hacks blog.
You can also find out more about Ask MDN in the interview I did with .net magazine earlier today.
What is Ask MDN?
Ask MDN is a new initiative from MDN and the Developer Engagement team at Mozilla.
For one hour a week on Twitter we will get a panel of experts together to answer your questions about a specific topic related to Web development.
Every week we choose a different topic, which will be announced in advance so you have plenty of opportunity to send in a question for our experts (who also change each week).
After each week we will archive the questions and answers so you can search through them and continue learning long into the future. We see this as being just as valuable a resource for learning as the documentation is on MDN.
We'll announce the next topic after the HTML5 gaming hour is over.
It's going to be a great experience so I encourage you to get involved by following @AskMDN on Twitter.
Got a topic that you want us to cover in a future Ask MDN hour? Send it as an @ reply on Twitter, or reply in the comments below.