We’re just a few days away from Mozilla 24, our global community event that will be taking place in Paris, Tokyo, the S.F. Bay Area (Stanford University) and now Thailand! Here is a recap of the Mozilla 24 events near you:
* Mozilla 24 at Stanford University’s Center for Innovations in Learning (9/15, 11:00am – 8:00pm PDT): The U.S schedule for Sept. 15th is now online and features a keynote from Larry Lessig and a global discussion with Mitchell Baker, Chair of the Mozilla Foundation, Vint Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google Inc. and Dr. Jun Murai, professor of Faculty of Environment and Information Studies and Vice President at Keio University. Please register today!
* École Nationale Supérieure de Télécommunications, Paris, France (9/14, 10:15am – 1:00pm CEST): Tristan Nitot, President of Mozilla Europe, will host a workshop on Open Source and Localization. Register here.
* Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand (9/15, 12:00pm – 8:00pm ICT): The Asian Institute of Technology is hosting a viewing of global Mozilla 24 activities. Register here.
* Mozilla 24 Japan, Tokyo (8:00pm, 9/14 – 8:00pm, 9/15): Our Japan team is hosting a series of sessions and a rock concert! Details and registration can be found here.
You’ll be able to participate online from www.mozilla24.com if can’t make the in-person events. Details will be posted shortly!