- 1 Video for today's meeting
- 2 Friends of the Tree
- 3 Upcoming Events
- 4 Product Status Updates
- 5 Speakers
- 6 Status Updates By Team
- 7 Introducing New Hires
- 8 Foundation Updates
- 9 Roundtable
Video for today's meeting
- Two Dev Derby contributors who have stood out for their enthusiasm, creativity, and dedication.
- Stu Nicholls, who in less than two weeks has already submitted four awesome demos that are sure to push the web forward and be useful to web developers everywhere.
- Anthony Calzadilla, who submitted the awesome Rofox demo which quickly amassed hundreds of views and helped generate lots of interest in Firefox 5.
Monday, 27 June
Tuesday, 28 June
Wednesday, 29 June
Community Marketing Call: 10 a.m. PDT/17:00 UTC/19:00 CET. In-progress agenda and dial-in info here.
Thursday, 30 June
- [BrownBag] Understand your users and good ideas will follow - What is User Research & how we can help you. (Noon @TenForward)
Friday, 1 July
Product Status Updates
Firefox Future (5, 6, 7)
- Firefox 5 released last week, and now being served as an update for all 4.0 users
- 30MM users already
- Next week, the next trains start rolling. That means:
- Beta will pick up Firefox 6
- Aurora will pick up Firefox 7
- Nightly will start being Firefox 8
Firefox Current (3.5, 3.6, 4.0)
- There will be a Firefox 3.6.19, shipping at the same time as Firefox 6
- Firefox 3.5 is EOL, and won't appear in subsequent updates
- Come to think of it, so is Firefox 4
- Firefox 5 is out, getting good reviews/uptake
- Ready for Aurora to beta merge
- Thunderbird 5.0 out tomorrow!
- Please update your add-ons.
- Beta will pick up Thunderbird 6.0 and Earlybird will pick up Thunderbird 7.0 next week.
- Universal Subtitles adopted by Khan Academy. GigaOm story: "Khan Academy goes global with crowdsourced subtitles"
- New online home for School of Webcraft. Old Drupal site replaced by Django-based app. Blog post on the transition and next steps.
- New Mozilla Popcorn code tutorials. Neat way to demo code. Check it out here. Along with lots of other cool Popcorn demos in the new demo gallery: http://popcornjs.org/demos
The limit is 3 minutes per speaker. It's like a lightning talk, but don't feel that you have to have slides in order to make a presentation.
|Head of College Recruiting||Julie Deroche||WSOH||http://htmlpad.org/wsoh/#
Status Updates By Team
Automation & Tools
Introducing New Hires