Rhian Baker writes, “It’s time for another Monthly Meetup. This month’s meetup will be Thursday, August 28th, 6pm at the Twitter office — 539 Bryant St. Suite 402, San Francisco. There will be progress updates on the various active Labs projects as well as plenty of opportunity for discussion and hacking. And, of course, pizza. If you are in the Bay Area, we’d love to see you!” If you’re planning to attend, please take a moment to RSVP by commenting on the Mozilla Labs weblog.
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Mark Finkle has posted more information about the Upcoming Toronto MozCamp that is being held on September 15th and 16th at Seneca College. “We decided to use the second day as a ‘Hands-on Workshop’ day. The workshop will be split between development and testing tracks.” The development workshop will be run by several Mozilla developers who will help participants work on tutorials and projects, and there will be some XUL applications, extensions, and XPCOM components for people to hack on. The testing workshop will be covering topics related to Mozilla’s testing processes, including how to write unit tests and how we automate testing of Firefox. Clint Talbert has more information about this workshop.