Mozilla Labs Meetup – Thursday 2/26

It’s time once again for Labs Night, our monthly meetup to discuss Labs projects, your projects, and the Open Web. Our February session will be next Thursday, 2/26, 6pm at Mozilla’s office – 1981 Landings Drive, bldg K in Mountain View, California.

We are excited to welcome Edwin Khodabakchian, developer of Feedly, a Firefox extension which weaves twitter and Google Reader into a magazine like experience. Edwin will be giving an overview of Feedly Streets, a integration framework/micro service bus they have built inside Firefox to simplify the development and maintenance of real-time mashups. He will be discussing some of the key Streets concepts, as well as the list of integrated services – Google Reader, search, Gmail, twitter, etc. Edwin will also be talking about how Streets can simplify the development of Ubiquity commands.

As always, we will hear progress updates on various active Labs projects and would love to hear from you! Get involved with a Labs project. Get feedback on your own projects. There will be plenty of opportunity for discussion and hacking. And of course, pizza 🙂

If you are in the Bay Area we’d love to see you next week!  Please RSVP here so we know how many to expect. And starting this month – Labs Night London! If you are in London, please check out the first Labs Night across the pond. Folks will be meeting from 10:30am – 12:30 at Waterstones Piccadilly. Get more details and RSVP here.

3 responses

  1. Mauricio Businari wrote on :

    I am a fan of Feedly. I started to use it a couple of months ago and I am surprised with all the features. It helps to twit, dig and share all the information I read with my friends and cool people around the world. And the visualization is far better than other feeds aggregator.

  2. Erwan Arzur wrote on :

    I’m very interested by feedly streets but i’m living in France, any chance of having this taped and broadcasted somehow ?

  3. Blair McBride wrote on :

    Will this be on