Yesterday on Blue Beanie Day, Stephanie Sullivan Rewis announced a new web project on the blog at web standards project. Her post was called Beyond the Blue Beanie.
Today I’m happy to announce a new project, put together by a group of very passionate web folks, that can enable your entry into the process of moving the web forward—no matter what skill level you’re currently at—Move the Web Forward.
The purpose of the new Move the Web Forward site is to help people give back to the web community. Here’s their objective:
Whether you’re a talented web developer, web-slinging since the days of tables and
fonttags, or you’re a hobbyist hacker, there are a number ways for you to give back. Below, we list some of the ways that anyone can contribute back to the web platform.
Our goal is to make it easy for anyone to get started contributing to the platform, whether that’s learning more about how it works, teaching others, or writing specs. The web has grown due to people like you, and we want to make it even easier for people like you to give back.
There are a multitude of ideas there for how you can level up, dig deeper, or contribute as a guru. No matter what your level of expertise, it’s possible to get involved.
See Also: Smashing Magazine’s The Smashing Guide to Moving the Web Forward.
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So important to contribute back to the community. Will have a read through of Move the Web Forward later today.
Good for you. I’m going to try to do my small part as well.
This is a very noble act. Not anyone would like to spend time on something like this. Every little contribution counts so might as well contribute myself.