Next week, as the Mozilla community prepares to release Firefox 3 in over 48 languages to over 180 million active users worldwide, Mozilla Foundation’s Chairwoman, Mitchell Baker will be speaking at the OECD Ministerial Meeting on The Future of the Internet – “Shaping Policies for Creativity, Confidence and Convergence in the Digital World.” The major question of the event will be, “How can the Internet make the world a better place?” and a number of the speakers and other concerned Internet users are using YouTube to address this question.
Channy Yun, leader of the Mozilla Korea community and lead localizer for Firefox in Korea has a comprehensive overview of Mozilla in Korea.
On June 19th, Mitchell Baker will keynote (with Vint Cerf), the Future Web Forum 2008: Global Web Technology Workshop (in Korean). I will also present on open standard support in Firefox 3.
While the OECD event will not be open to the public, the Mozilla Korea community dinner and the Global Web Technology Workshop are both open to the public (and the latter event is free) so we hope to see you in Seoul next week!
If you have any questions about the Mozilla Korea community dinner or the Global Web Technology Workshop, please leave a comment and I will do my best to answer.