Monthly Archives: August 2011

Save the date! Mozilla Camp Asia 2011 – Kuala Lumpur (Nov 19-20)


Guest posting here while Gen is away on vacation, I’m thrilled to announce that the first ever Mozilla Camp Asia will take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 19th-20th, 2011, exactly one week after the Mozilla Camp Europe in Berlin.

For those who aren’t familiar with the event, Mozilla Camp (aka MozCamp) is a large 2-day regional Mozilla summit that brings together Mozilla staff and active contributors from a given region for a (intense!) weekend of presentations, discussions, brainstorms, workshops, hackathons around specific areas of the Mozilla project, all with a special focus on the region. The event is, of course, also the opportunity for Mozillians to meet in person, to put a face on a lot of quirky IRC nicknames, and to spend some quality time together!

That’s all for now. Save the date in your calendar and make sure to tune in regularly on this blog as Gen will be giving regular updates and more detailed information on the Mozilla Camp Asia, on the schedule and on the sponsorship policy for participants.


Stay tuned!
(photo credit nina.bruja under CC-SA)

Malaysian l10n sprint at BarCamp KL (CyberJaya)

This weekend, August 13th, the Mozilla Malaysia community will be gathering at BarCamp KL (Cyberjaya) in Malaysia for a localization sprint for the Malaysian Firefox that is in development.

Arky Ambati will be coordinating the localization sprint alongside Muhammad Syafiq.

If you are interested in helping to create a Malaysian-language Firefox, please do consider joining the event at BarCamp KL (Cyberjaya.) You may get some cool Firefox swag 🙂

Unfortunately I am unable to attend myself but Arky and Syafiq will be your coordinators.

Have a great localization sprint! Let’s see the Malaysian Firefox soon!