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Elchi3/README.md

Florian Scholz

Hi 👋 I'm Florian (he/him), Content Lead at Open Web Docs. I document the open web and make knowledge available to web developers & designers worldwide. You can learn more about OWD and sponsor the team and me on our open collective page.

In late 2009, I got involved with MDN Web Docs and from 2013 until August 2020 I worked at Mozilla as MDN's Lead Content Strategist, Technical Writer & Documentation Engineer.

My favourite conference is Write The Docs. Please say hi if you're attending, too! 😊

I live in Bremen, Germany. When not reviewing pull requests or writing content, I enjoy listening to wave and post-punk music.


Technical Writing is as much about being an investigator as it is about being an educator.

Pinned

  1. project documentation, policies & meeting minutes

    323 30

  2. This repository contains compatibility data for Web technologies as displayed on MDN

    JSON 4.1k 1.9k

  3. mdn/content Public

    The content behind MDN Web Docs

    Markdown 5.8k 10k

  4. Home of the MDN live code editor interactive examples

    HTML 572 422

  5. mdn/yari Public

    The platform code behind MDN Web Docs

    TypeScript 834 331

  6. A machine-readable list of specifications used to build Web browsers

    JavaScript 113 29

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Contributed to mdn/content, mdn/browser-compat-data, openwebdocs/project and 16 other repositories

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