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MDN Web Docs (developer.mozilla.org) is a source of references, guides, and tutorials on standards-based web technologies, much loved by web developers. MDN is a wiki, so anyone can contribute to content.
Yet, MDN Web Docs needs help — significant chunks of the accessibility docs on MDN need creating, updating, improving, and translating. The accessibility of the site itself also has some issues.
Come help improve accessibility on MDN Web Docs at this Knowbility-sponsored hackathon in Austin, Texas!
Hack on MDN Web DocsTuesday, May 14, 20198:30 AM to 4:30 PMSt. Edwards University in Austin, Texas
AccessU registration is not required to participate.Cost: $27.00 (includes lunch)
This all-day hackathon will be a mini version of the Hack on MDN for Accessibility event held last September in London.
Knowbility is looking for help from participants with any of the skills listed below. Note that you need not be an expert to contribute as a volunteer at this hackathon.
Participant / Volunteer Requirements
Register for the event here.
If you are driving a vehicle to Hack on MDN Web Docs, you need an ePermit to park at St. Edward's.
Please register your vehicle at http://bit.ly/au19park and reference this parking map to identify where to park. Attendees for this event are authorized to park in the Green (Commuter & Staff), Gold (Faculty) or Yellow (All Permits) lots during the dates and times listed above. Please do not park in the Orange (Reserved) or Red (Residential) lots.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 448-8553 if you have any specific questions regarding parking or encounter any issues during your visit.
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
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