0 Replies Latest reply on Mar 12, 2009 6:24 PM by Jeff Swartz

    Moderating AIR documentation comments

    Jeff Swartz Level 3
      Who wants to be a moderator for Adobe AIR documentation comments?

      Any developer can add comments to the pages of Adobe documentation. We value this community input as ways of helping improve and extend our documentation. We are now letting expert developers assist in moderating these comments.

      Moderators will have access to a dashboard page that lists new documentation comments. Moderators can accept or reject comments, and they can provide responses and add expert commentary as they see fit.

      As a moderator, you will have a public profile in which you can provide details about yourself and links to your content. We encourage moderators to provide expert commentary on documentation pages (including links to their content or that of others). And all Adobe AIR moderators are added to the Adobe AIR pre-release program.

      We believe that by extending our documentation to the developer community, we are able to provide richer, more accurate documentation.

      Please let me know if you would like to be a moderator or if you have questions. Please respond to me directly: swartz@adobe.com.


      Jeff Swartz
      Senior Technical Writer
      Adobe Systems, Inc.