This is the formal announcement for a meetup of the Mozilla India community at GNUnify ’12 in Pune, the weekend of February 10-12. Mozilla will participate at GNUnify on Feb. 10 and 11, and the India community meetup will be held on Sunday, Feb. 12th.
- Friday, February 10 – Mozilla participation at GNUnify ’12
- Saturday, February 11 – Mozilla participation at GNUnify ’12
- Sunday, February 12 – Mozilla India community meetup in Pune
The goal of this meetup on Feb. 12 is to gather the India community together for a number of objectives including:
- establish the community structure
- build road map for 2012
- identify priorities for the community
- bring together key localizers and other core and active contributors (including ReMo)
- promote Mozilla in India
Arky and Axel from the l10n Drivers will be attending. I will be attending. We also hope to get a member from Developer Engagement to attend. More info to come when we have it.
Anyone who is active in the Mozilla India community is welcome to join this event. As Mozilla will not be providing any funding to attendees, we selected Pune as this location is home to the Red Hat team which has a number of key localization team leaders and members.
We will do our best to accommodate online participation via IRC but this will depend on local connectivity at the venue which is not yet determined. Information about the weekend will be posted here:
Vineel is helping to organize the weekend but we would love help from Mozilla community members in Pune for local support and knowledge. If you can help Vineel with planning, please contact him directly or post to the Community-India mailing list or Google Group interface.
The planning for the event will be discussed on the Community-India list (see above) so please join the list to participate.
See you in Pune!
John O’Duinn’s Mozilla meetup in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on Jan. 23rd has been confirmed:
We’ll be meeting at East-West Management Institute, House #43, Street 208, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Events formally go from 2pm-5pm Monday 23rd January, 2012; at 7pm, we’ll head over to Romdeng, House# 74, Street 174, Phnom Penh for dinner+drinks+chat.
If you are interested in helping to make the Khmer Firefox a reality, helping to promote Mozilla in Cambodia, please join John and Vannak and the EWMI team on Monday.
Khmer Firefox on Aurora; meetup in Cambodia
Mozilla Japan will be hosting their developer event this weekend in Tokyo. Some portions will be streamed in English on UStream. Please see the details below for viewing remotely.
A live broadcast of the event will be available at these times:
January 20th (Fri) 17:00 – 18:00 (PST)
January 20th (Fri) 20:00 – 21:00 (EST)
January 21st (Sat) 1:00 – 2:00 (WET)
The following is a list of sessions available for live broadcast:
Opening/Special Talk Session (60 min.):
Pursuing Dreams – Technology and Creation from an Open Mind
(Navigator: Satoko Takita of Mozilla Japan, Jun Murai of Keio University)
(Guest: Tomotaka Takahashi as Robot creator)
Panel Discussion (90 min.):
Raise Golden Eggs! – Discussing the Future Education Style
(Moderator: Kaoru Takeuchi as Science Writer)
(Panelists: Mark Surman of Mozilla Foundation, Kim Jones of Curriki, Shinpei Toyofuku of GLOCOM)
Session (50 min.):
The Future of HTML5 and Web Technology – Overview of the Latest Web Technologies for Everyone
(Presenter: Chris Heilmann of Mozilla Corporation)
Session (50 min.):
The Current and Future of Web Standards
(Presenter: Tantek Çelik of Mozilla Corporation)
Session (50 min.):
(Presenter: Andreas Gal, Chris Jones of Mozilla Corporation)
Lightning Talk (60 min.)
Following are other URLs for the event as your reference.
Mozilla Vision 2012 (English web site)
Mozilla Vision 2012 (Japanese web site)
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Just a quick note to let everyone know that I’ve joined the Mozilla Conductors. What are the Conductors you may ask? They are:
a team of Mozilla community members who are available as mentors to help conversations run more smoothly and harmoniously. We’re not police or referees, just a group of people who have offered to be available to give advice, counsel and support to our fellow community members when a discussion or debate gets a little tense.
If you have any questions about the Conductors or have a concern for the Conductors to address, please send an email to the address listed on the Conductors’ website.