Quick Update for Labs Night: Gaming Special

Julie Choi (joolzvrn)

Tonight is Labs Night: Gaming Special! With more than 150 people RSVPed and a fabulous lineup of speakers we expect an evening full of interesting and fun presentations & discussions.

To make this event available to all the people who can’t make it to Mountain View, we are broadcasting the event on Air Mozilla, have a phone bridge activated and will be available on our IRC channel. We further will record interviews and presentations with our guests and make them available here after the event.

Please note that given the logistics of the event, broadcasting might be a bit unreliable…

Instructions for remote participants

To watch:
air.mozilla.com

To listen:
Call in to the conference system:
• +1 650 903 0800 x92 (US/International)
• +1 416 848 3114 x92 (Canada)
• +1 800 707 2533 (pin 369) (US Toll Free)

And then enter the conference number, which will be 346.

To ask questions:
Call in and then hit *1 to un-mute yourself.

Or:

Join the #labs channel on irc.mozilla.org and ask a question. We’ll have a dedicated IRC moderator in the channel watching and reading questions out loud.

Lightning Talks

We’ll have a board for spontaneous lightning talks at the meetup. Lightning talks are for folks who have stuff (about games) that they want to share in 5 minutes or less.

Our first scheduled lightning talk is going to be from Mozilla Labs engineer Patrick Walton, who will be talking about the game he made for JS1K.