About Author: Ryan Snyder

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Ryan Snyder is the Web Production Manager at Mozilla.

Posts by Ryan Snyder

  • We launched the first version of glow.mozilla.org with the Firefox 4 release in March 2011 as a way to visualize Firefox downloads and community involvement around the world. Thanks to […]

    Glow 1.0

    We launched the first version of glow.mozilla.org with the Firefox 4 release in March 2011 as a way to visualize Firefox downloads and community involvement around the world. Thanks to […]

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  • Mozilla 24 was a worldwide, 24-hour open discussion that connected community members, academics and Web visionaries from Asia, America and Europe, in person and over the broadband video WIDE network. […]

    Mozilla 24

    Mozilla 24 was a worldwide, 24-hour open discussion that connected community members, academics and Web visionaries from Asia, America and Europe, in person and over the broadband video WIDE network. […]

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  • In May 2011, the website Hendrix (hendrix.mozilla.org), the former Mozilla Feedback System, was retired. For a more in-depth description of the history and intent behind the Hendrix system, please read […]

    Hendrix

    In May 2011, the website Hendrix (hendrix.mozilla.org), the former Mozilla Feedback System, was retired. For a more in-depth description of the history and intent behind the Hendrix system, please read […]

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  • The Firefox Live website was created as a marketing campaign to teach the Mozilla community about the red panda, which inspired the design of the Firefox logo.  Find out more […]

    Firefox Live

    The Firefox Live website was created as a marketing campaign to teach the Mozilla community about the red panda, which inspired the design of the Firefox logo.  Find out more […]

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  • In May 2011, the Spread Firefox website was retired. There are currently plans to create a new iteration of this website at a later date. Spread Firefox allowed any Mozilla […]

    Spread Firefox

    In May 2011, the Spread Firefox website was retired. There are currently plans to create a new iteration of this website at a later date. Spread Firefox allowed any Mozilla […]

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  • The website Operation Firefox has been retired in December 2010. The blog post describing the successful mission is available at:  http://blog.mozilla.org/operationfx/2007/12/14/declassified-information-and-the-winner-is/

    Operation Firefox

    The website Operation Firefox has been retired in December 2010. The blog post describing the successful mission is available at:  http://blog.mozilla.org/operationfx/2007/12/14/declassified-information-and-the-winner-is/

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  • The Mozilla website Open to Choice was retired in December 2010. Open to Choice was an informational website created by Mozilla, to provide more deatils surrounding the Microsoft ‘Browser Choice […]

    Open to Choice

    The Mozilla website Open to Choice was retired in December 2010. Open to Choice was an informational website created by Mozilla, to provide more deatils surrounding the Microsoft ‘Browser Choice […]

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  • The Mozilla website Mozilla Community Surveys was retired in December 2010.

    Mozilla Community Surveys

    The Mozilla website Mozilla Community Surveys was retired in December 2010.

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  • The Mozilla website Mozilla Reporter was retired in December 2010.  Its functionality has largely been replaced by Mozilla Input. The data collected by the Mozilla Reporter project is available in […]

    Mozilla Reporter

    The Mozilla website Mozilla Reporter was retired in December 2010.  Its functionality has largely been replaced by Mozilla Input. The data collected by the Mozilla Reporter project is available in […]

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  • The Mozilla website One Billion Plus You was retired in December 2010. It has been temporarily archived at http://website-archive.mozilla.org/onebillionplusyou.com for reference purposes. One Billion + You was launched in August […]

    One Billion plus You

    The Mozilla website One Billion Plus You was retired in December 2010. It has been temporarily archived at http://website-archive.mozilla.org/onebillionplusyou.com for reference purposes. One Billion + You was launched in August […]

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