Thanks for helping to improve the Thunderbird Knowledge Base. For millions of people around the world, these articles are the face of Mozilla when they have a problem or question about Thunderbird. Improving the Knowledge Base is the way to get the biggest bang for our collective effort. The top articles help tens of thousands of people each week so the better we make them, the less people need one-on-one support and the better their overall experience is.
As a nonprofit, open-source project, we rely on volunteers to write the majority of the articles. You don't need special permission to work on them — this is a wiki that anyone can edit. All you need is an account - just click "Register" in the top right corner of any page to set one up.
Don't be afraid to make a mistake. Before your revision is published it will be checked by Thunderbird's Knowledge Base admins. We'll check it for accuracy and fix any errors (or send you feedback with how to improve the draft).
Here are some resources that explain how we do things: