Growing a healthy Mozilla community

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We’d like to introduce the about:community blog—a way to capture news and notes that are relevant to people already actively contributing to Mozilla and for people interested in getting involved.

Having a far-reaching, diverse and growing community is vital for meeting our crazy ambitious goals of promoting openness and opportunity on the Internet.

We’ll be posting information here focused on growing the community and keeping it healthy. You can expect posts about these programs and more:

The Mozilla Reps (ReMo) program aims to empower and support volunteer Mozillians who want to become official representatives of Mozilla in their region/locale.

The Mozilla Stewards are members of teams who are working with Contributor Engagement to create and execute a plan for bringing in volunteers to Mozilla.

The Mozilla Brain Builders program captures and distributes knowledge to give Mozillians the expertise needed to successfully contribute (more coming soon).

The MozCamp program mentors and trains core contributors to help us bring our products to market and bolster our efforts to recruit new contributors in region.

To make sure you get more of the latest community news, follow this blog and also create a profile on Mozilla’s community directory.