Mozilla is celebrating 15 years of building a better Web and of building a vibrant community of people who are passionate about our mission. Those Mozillians have an interesting story to tell about our history and we want to gather memories, photos and videos to tell it.
Each week we’ll be posting one of the milestones from the last 15 years and inviting people to share in the comments. We’ll be doing this up to the Summit later in the year.
Once we’ve gathered these pieces of our history, there are all sorts of things we could do. One thing I’d love to do is replace the current Mozilla history page and turn it into an interactive history told by Mozillians (that will probably be more compelling than a long, dry piece of text).
Imagine the possibilities of merging the cutting-edge Horsehead timeline technology with the words, photos and videos of Mozillians. And if your ability to mock-up what that could look like is better than my attempt below, feel free to add that to the comments as well.
By the way, if you’re looking for a place to post pictures of your Mozilla shirts so that you can link to them in the comments, take a look at wearitproudly.org