With the help of the Open Web Docs organization, an attempt was made to attract interested companies to co-finance authors engaged in writing and maintaining up-to-date documentation in MDN. Open Web Docs will allow you to make MDN funding independent, and the project itself is not tied to individual companies. The main sponsors of Open Web Docs have already included Google, Microsoft, Coil and Igalia, which together contributed 620 thousand US dollars.
How is Open Web Docs Useful For us?
Open Web Docs works tightly with available platforms instead, and its current priority is to contribute to MDN Web Docs. This is a really rewarding project, in terms of the fact that it was designed to provide the long-term productivity of web Platform documentation on standard resources, regardless of any single vendor or organization. Through its staff, community management, and network of Open Web Docs partner organizations, it enables these resources to better support and maintain documentation on core Web platform technologies.
What is its Purpose?
Note: The release of Firefox 85 officially took place on January 26 in the evening. Announcement which was made on January 25 on hacks.mozilla.org was published by mistake and immediately withdrawn, the processes of distributing archives to mirrors and preparing the infrastructure for release have not yet been completed.