|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Thursday, 21 March 2019|
The committee says that this is the first part of a two-part project aimed at improving the information distribution and documentation. The website provides links to the committee's most significant documents, as well as a list of proposals that are near completion.
While the website is described as currently a minimal viable product and very simple, there are plans to expand it, including the addition of a set of documentation about how the committee works.
According to Yulia Startsev, Senior Software Engineer at Mozilla:
"the two most requested items with regard to resources were Learning Resources and a Website. These two are linked, but require very different types of work. Since this clearly highlighted the need for a website, we began work on this right away."
The survey also revealed a number of issues experienced by the developer community, of which three of the top four (documentation, communication, and information distribution) could be tackled via a website. The top issue was unclear advancement of proposals, which Startsev says is:
"challenging to resolve, but we are currently working through ideas. For the time being, we have added a link to the most recent presentation of each proposal. We also have a checklist in the TC39 Process document that is now being added to some proposals on GitHub."
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 March 2019 )|