The W3C together with several big internet companies (Google, Microsoft, Mozilla, Opera and others) just announced the availability of Web Platform Docs. It is a Wiki to document different aspects of web development.
The main page of Web Patform Docs states:
Web Platform Docs is a new community-driven site that aims to become a comprehensive and authoritative source for web developer documentation. Even though Web Platform Docs is still in alpha, you can already find lots of valuable content on the site, including information on:
- How to use features of the open web, with syntax and examples
- What platforms and devices you can use various technologies on
- What is the current standardization, stability and implementation status of each technology specification
The documentation currently covers these categories:
Everybody is invited to help improving the available documentation and adding new content.
I’m very curious how this platform will be accepted by the community.