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Reps Weekly Call – June 11th 2015

Last Thursday we had our weekly call about the Reps program, where we talk about what’s going on in the program and what Reps have been doing during the last week.



  • Featured Events.
  • EU Code Week / Africa Code Week.
  • Bangladesh Community Meetup.
  • What’s going on at community forums.

AirMozilla video

Detailed notes

Shoutouts to @emma_irwin, @ThePhoenixBird and @gautha91, who have just left their one year Council term, Bangladesh community for creating all the plans to support the launch of the Webmaker app in Bangladesh and @mkohler for all his awesome work and help in bugzilla.

Featured events

These are some of the events that took place last week.

  • DevTalk Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania. 11th
  • FSA Leaders Camp, Mataasnakahoy, Philippines. 12th, 13th
  • Webmaker meetup Bucaramanga, Bucaramanga, Colombia. 12th-14th.
  • Mombassa Webmaker Party, Coast, Kenya. 13th.

Don’t forget to add your event to Discourse, and share some photos, so it can be shared on Reps Twitter account

EU Code Week / Africa Code Week

We were invited to either organize an event during the EU Code week and Africa Code week or join an event that has been organized by other people. To add your event to our Coding Map of Europe please visit the events page. You can use #codeEU Toolkit for organizers and a list of resources to help get started.

If you need help or have a question you can get in touch with EU Code Week Ambassadors in your country.

Bangladesh Community meetup

Core members of the Bangladesh community got together for the first time and worked on planning the launch of Webmaker in Bangladesh: very ambitious goal: 10000 downloads!

They also started thinking about the projects that will come after Webmaker: a push for Fennec (Firefox for Android). Most smartphone users in Bangladesh are on Android so there’s a great opportunity for Mozilla there.

What’s going on at community forums?

There are some interesting conversations that are currently going on at the community forums you might want to check out:

Also as a reminder, the Participation team has its own public category where the team communicates their daily work.

Raw etherpad notes.

Don’t forget to comment about this call on Discourse and we hope to see you next week!

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