Bug 768456 got us a quick search API. We  developed a GCLI command  and a tooltip  based on this. There is a question of whether we should be thinking of dynamically fetching this stuff, or we should be including it in developer-tools. Things to think about: * Vandalism. It's one thing getting obscenities from visiting a vandalized wiki, but having Firefox abuse you in a tooltip is different. If we're allowing downloaded content that we'll have to make it opt-in. * L10N. The MDN CSS documentation is in EN, JP and FR, but other languages are extremely patchy. Many locales just accept that EN is that way to go here. * Off-line usage, slow networks, etc. It's going to be really handy to have the content downloaded already. * Download size. How much are we adding to Firefox with the content that we include? * Vetting resource. We could have a process by which we vet content and have a "known-good" version, but this seems complex and takes significant on-going time. I am of the opinion that the least bad of the available options is preference that says "I understand that help comes from a wiki, and could offend, give me popups". : Mostly Will Bamberg, but also me. : Details in bug 769572. : Will is there a link to this handy?
This is the tooltip link: https://github.com/wbamberg/devtools-mdn-tooltips
We already have MDN content in devtools.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 3 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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