“The biggest resource we have is each other” Mike Morgan, Director of Web Development said this in one of his talks last year. He’s right. That’s what the Capture Mozilla project is all about.
Posts by Dia Bondi
Localization is a strong and meaningful part of what the community does inside the project. Localization allow us to consume and contribute to the project in a way that touches us personally- in aesthetic, temperament, feel and of course language. … Continue reading
Don’t stop teaching me! Mozillians are both hungry to teach, and hungry to learn. This is evident in our culture and throughout the community. And so, here’ s a little video from the ever-curious, ever-teaching, ever-learning Pascal Finette Picture this: … Continue reading
The Capture Mozilla project scales knowledge through short video. Soon we’ll have a dedicated channel on Air.Mozilla (thank you Richard and Zandr!) and we’ll be populating it with knowledge from every edge of the project. It’s one thing for people … Continue reading
Posted on behalf of Dino Anderson Welcome back all! The U.S. celebrated their Thanksgiving holiday, Japan had their Harvest Festival and those who attended MozCamp Asia in Singapore are still celebrating the amazingly productive and fun meet up. For someone … Continue reading
Capturing yourself or someone else on video is easy to do right and easy to do wrong. So, here’s a little tutorial on some simple things you can do that will help make sure your knowledge capture is great. The … Continue reading
When I talk to Mozillians about the Capture Mozilla project, everyone says “Yes! I’d love to get knowledge through video! That sounds awesome!”- but when I ask, “Great! can we get some of your special knowledge on video?” people often … Continue reading
With the awesome talent of our creative team, the logo’s here! So, now it’s time to capture some knowledge and part it in our very own soon-to-be Air.Mozilla channel.
What’s the difference between what’s already on AirMozilla and the Capture Mozilla project? Best answer? Watching a recorded meeting or training that happened live and now lives on AirMozilla, is like eves dropping on something you weren’t invited to. You’re … Continue reading