about:mozilla is a weekly round-up of news and contribution opportunities. Here’s what’s happening this week.
State of Mozilla
Mitchell Baker announced the release of this year’s annual State of Mozilla report and invites you to learn more about the Mozilla Project and to join us in our ongoing efforts to build a better Internet.
Michelle Thorne invites you to the Mozilla Festival this November in London for some brainstorming, collaborating and hacking with journalists, open web developers and media educators.
Next Generation Web Apps
Mozilla is launching a cool innovation challenge this November to build the next generation of web applications to explore how the Web will work in the future given an internet with no speed limits. If you would like to get involved stay tuned and leave your feedback in the comments.
Ada Lovelace Day
Womoz was recently relaunched alongside an event at the Mozilla Paris Office to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day. We had a lively debate about getting more women involved in FLOSS. Read the report and find out how to get involved.
If you would like get involved with development / testing in our very cool openwebapps project, we have a challege if you choose to accept it.
David Boswell has been collecting stories about how contributors have been getting involved with Mozilla and talks about the importance of Mozillians helping new contributors. Please feel free to add your own story.
* November 4 – 6, London, England, Mozilla Festival — Media, Freedom and the Web
* November 12 – 13, Berlin, Germany, Mozilla Camp Europe 2011
* November 19 – 20, Kuala Lumpur, Asia Mozilla Camp Asia 2011
* See more on the Mozilla Community Calendar
These are just some of the available contribution opportunities. Learn more about other ways to get involved.
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Have a good week folks and keep rocking the web!
18 Oct 2011 paulbooker