People who teach others about the web are key to the future of Webmaker — and maybe even the future of Mozilla. I’m not talking only about teachers in classrooms getting their kids into HTML. Although that’s part of it. … Continue reading
Posts from September, 2013
Webmaker.org is the hub of all things Thimble, but some people want to use the tool for pages that live elsewhere on the web. Kyla Drushka, a researcher at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography (and the sister of one of … Continue reading
Firefox fright — Was it the gumboots? Robot friends — Who needs human friends when you can hang out with these robots?
When we kicked off Maker Party on June 15, we hoped it would catch fire. Buoyed by the success of last year’s party, which saw more than 700 events in 80 countries, we tried hard to make this year’s global … Continue reading
Earlier this month, we invited you to teach and share using our new Teaching Kit templates on webmaker.org. The goal: make it easy for educators, mentors and techies around the world to share creative ways for teaching web skills, digital … Continue reading
As Maker Party (Mozilla’s 3-month extravaganza of global webmaking) comes to an end, reports are flooding in from event hosts around the world. Hundreds of teachers, mentors and web enthusiasts volunteered to hold Maker Parties so others could learn about … Continue reading
As you know, Mozilla community members have been busy organizing hundreds of amazing Maker Party events around the world. Over the last three months, people in more than 100 countries have been getting together to learn about the web, teach … Continue reading
More than 1,000 Maker Parties have taken place around the world over the last three months, illustrating a widespread interest in creating on the web. Nowhere is this more evident than Asia where this year’s Maker Party celebration marked the … Continue reading
Every week, people in the community are throwing events all over the world to celebrate Maker Party. We’ve been showcasing many of those events and the cool things people are making on this blog, but there’s still more to share!