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- 1 All-hands Status Meeting Agenda
- 1.1 Friends of Mozilla
- 1.2 Upcoming Events
- 1.3 Project Status Updates (voice updates)
- 1.4 Speakers
- 2 Roundtable
- 3 Welcome!
- 4 <meta>
- 4.1 Status Updates By Team (non-voice updates)
All-hands Status Meeting Agenda
Items in this section will be shared during the live all-hand status meeting.
Thanks to the countless people who worked hard to set up the new Mountain View office! It's awesome!
- Games Developer Conference March 17-21 in San Francisco
- Mozilla booth and demos
- Speakers: Martin Best, Vlad Vukicevic, Alon Zakai, Luke Wagner, Angelina Fabbro, Bill Maggs
- Sponsored by: Marketplace, Developer Relations, and Platform teams
Monday, 17 March
Tuesday, 18 March
Wednesday, 19 March
Thursday, 20 March
Friday, 21 March
- Edge Conference London, March 21
- Panel Moderator: Christian Heilmann
- Speakers: Soledad Penades, Joe Walker
Saturday, 22 March
Sunday, 23 March
Project Status Updates (voice updates)
Speaker Location: SF (johnath)
- Today is merge day, and that means that Australis and new Sync are getting merged to Firefox Beta. \o/
- Sync and APK-based webapps moving to Beta
Speaker Location: nonverbal update
- The Webmaker community explored the intersection of the Open Web w/ Open Ed. during Open Education Week last week. Doug Belshaw moderated a discussion in our Google + community–- feel free to add to the conversation.
- Got web literacy curriculum? Help us build out open education resources that teach the mechanics, culture and citizenship of the web.
- Send lesson plans, online tutorials, wiki pages, etc. to email@example.com.
- Global Hive- Mozilla is taking Hive global. Chris Lawrence, Senior Director of Webmaker Community and Hive Learning Networks, is publishing a series of blog posts outlining plans to establish Hive as a global effort linking local educators to an international community through the advancement of connected learning, web literacy, and digital skills.
- Check out this volunteer's amazing blog. In the last three weeks along, he's documented:
- WoMoz Maker Party
- Hive Vizag Pop-Up
- KidZilla Webmaker School Club event
- Toronto Hive members held week-long girls Webmaking camp using Webmaker tools to build sites around causes important to them. They even came into the office to meet Kate, Ali and Chris to meet the people working on the tools they were using. Some examples of their final makes:
Speaker Location: nonverbal update
- Tons of stuff going on- check out the blog for updates on launching BadgeKit in private beta, successes at DML & SXSWEdu, and more!
Speaker Location: nonverbal update
- Going to PyCon? Check out this train the trainers and a workshop for librarians: http://software-carpentry.org/blog/2014/03/bootcamp-for-librarians-at-pycon.html
- Join our community call this Thursday - will hear from Github/Figshare on our "code as a research object" project, as well as reps from the recent workshop in Africa about discoverability and challenges around openness in Kenya / South Africa: http://mozillascience.org/join-us-for-our-next-community-call-on-march-20-11-et/
Policy & Advocacy
Speaker location: nonverbal update
- Knight News Challenge -- Submissions to the News Challenge close on March 18th, so now is the time to apply. As a reminder, the Challenge will award $2.75 million for breakthrough ideas around how to advance and protect the open web. The application is short (approx. 15 mins to complete) and the opportunity is significant. Let's encourage our networks to submit their ideas. Learn more at www.newschallenge.org.
- Happy Birthday, World Wide Web -- Last week, Mozilla celebrated the birthday of the Internet by launching the Web We Want interactive quilt. The quilt is built off of webmaker and enables people to remix and personalize with the type of Web they want, and we're seeing some very interesting submissions. We will continue to use this quilt throughout the Maker Party campaign and will use it as a frame for other campaigns. If you haven't already done your remix, check it out at https://mozilla.makes.org/thimble/web-we-want-quilt_
Speaker Location:Mountain View
We're awarding Community Building Superstar Badges!
This month, we've been handing out shiny new Community Building Superstar Badges to people around the project who build community in awesome ways. Folks who have earned them to date include: Pierros Papadeas, Michelle Marovitch, Joel Maher, Emma Irwin, Jennie Rose Halperin, Henrik Mitsch, Brian Anderson, and Amie Tyrrel!
More information and a place to nominate community builders at: https://badges.mozilla.org/en-US/badges/badge/Community-building-rockstar - or reach out directly to me or David Boswell for more information.
Speaker Location: Toronto
The Coding Community meeting this week will be all about entry-level engagement, focusing on good first bugs, papercuts and other first-steps contributions to the codebase, with the goal of having a specific set of good-first-bugs for an upcoming engagement/fundraising event. It will take place Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 6:00:00 PM UTC (2:00 PM Eastern, 11:00 Pacific) in David Boswell's vidyo room. If you have a collection of such bugs to hand, you should attend.
Speaker Location: Mountain View
- Bugzilla issues of last week - look out for the yammer post. -- https://www.yammer.com/mozillians/#/Threads/show?threadId=377139946
- Welcome to the shiny new office!
- Softphone users - ringring doesn't exist anymore, please use pbx.mtv2.mozilla.com
- Wireless - Do NOT use Mozilla Guest, please use the Mozilla SSID, Accept the new wifi.mozilla.net certificate. Issues? Clear out your old Mozilla* wireless profiles
- Wired - Ports under your desk are already lit up and are on the corp and voip vlans
- Vidyo - New endpoint software, Room search is the only option. Some upstream issues are being worked on
- Thank you to WPR, IT and our external partners AVDG for all the hard work!
Speaker Location: Toronto (miketaylr)
- medium.com now you can see and create comments on Firefox for Android - thx Anton!
- BBC iPlayer is now compatible with Firefox for Android.
- mercadolibre/mercadolivre now serve the mobile site to Firefox for Android for all their sites in South America.
- Lots of new testing by volunteers in Albania and Argentina
- India leading the way in manual compatibility testing (big thanks to haseeb for leading the efforts!)
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. If you plan on showing a video, you need to contact the Air Mozilla team before the day of the meeting or you will be deferred to the next week.
|Who Are You?||What Do You Do?||What are you going to talk about?||Where are you presenting from? (Moz Space, your house, space)||Will you be sharing your screen? (yes/no, other info)||Links to slides or images you want displayed on screen
Do you have a question about a Mozilla Project or initiative? Let us know by Friday- we'll do our best to get you an answer.
Please note that we may not always be able to get to every item on this list, but we will try!
Let's say hello to some new Mozillians! If you are not able to join the meeting live, you can add a link to a short video introducing yourself.
Introducing New Volunteers
Introducing New Hires