> Let me know if I'm posting this to the wrong place as I don't want to
> waste anyone's time.
> I am not a developer. I am a fairly tech-savvy communications officer
> who is very keen to contribute to Mozilla projects. I know my way around
> wikis and HTML, but probably my most useful offering is my
> communications skills - I am very experienced in producing end-user
> documentation, tutorials and copywriting. It's my day job.
> So, how should I go about getting involved? Is there a project to
> develop/improve existing end-user documentation, or the content of the
> Mozilla website? Or should I start lower down the ladder and help out
> with other stuff?
> I've created a user account at MDC, by the way.
Well, if you're good at end-user documentation, you could help out at
the MozillaZine Knowledge Base . It's a wiki, so you can edit it.
There are some rules and stuff, though, as the third paragraph on that
And you could help answer questions here in the mozilla.support.* groups
and MozillaZine Forums . It's not exactly writing documentation, though.