Mozilla Labs Meetup – Thursday 5/28 in SF

It’s time once again for Labs Night, our monthly meetup to discuss Labs projects, your projects, and the Open Web. Our May session will be next Thursday, 5/28, 6:30pm at Sandbox Suites in San Francisco at 10th and Mission

This week Labs launched Jetpack, a newly formed experiment in using open Web technologies to enhance the browser, with the goal of allowing anyone who can build a Web site to participate in making the Web a better place to work, communicate and play. In short, Jetpack is an API for allowing you to write Firefox add-ons using the web technologies you already know.

Join us at Labs Night to help hash out a potential future of Firefox add-ons!

In addition to our Jetpack hack session we will hear progress updates on other 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 :). The space has a limit of 35 people, so if you can join us please RSVP by commenting on this blog. Thanks, hope to see you there!

5 responses

  1. Ron Carr wrote on :

    I just reinstalled XP & fire fox STILL crashes every ten minutes. What gives?

  2. Ryan Singer wrote on :

    Tamsin and I will probably be there. We are interested in learning more about the future of Jetpack, Ubiquity and Weave.

  3. David Mulder wrote on :

    Just wondering will this be broadcasted anywhere, don’t think so…, just a pity its on the other side of the ocean 😛 Hope there will be a summary posted of anything decided.

  4. Adil Allawi wrote on :

    I might be there if I’m not pulled into a meeting.

  5. Adam Barth wrote on :

    I’ll be there with a couple students from Berkeley who are interested in Jetpack.