- Dial-in: Audio-only conference# 8600
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- Gmail Chat (requires Flash and the Google Talk plugin): paste +1 650 903 0800 into the Gmail Chat box that doesn't look like it accepts phone numbers
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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)
- 4.1.1 Firefox
- 4.1.2 Platform
- 4.1.3 Cloud Services
- 4.1.4 Messaging
- 4.1.5 Mobile
- 4.1.6 IT
- 4.1.7 Release Engineering
- 4.1.8 QA
- 4.1.9 Automation & Tools
- 4.1.10 Security
- 4.1.11 Engagement
- 4.1.12 Open News
- 4.1.13 Content Services
- 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.
- Congratulations to Faye Tandog on becoming the new Mozilla Phillipines Community Manager! The Community Building Team is awarding her a Community Building Superstar badge for her contributions.
- Marketplace Editorial would like to thank the following L10n contributors for their Herculean efforts to localize Apps Blog content in 10 languages for our World Cup campaign; these folks include Wim Benes, Ton Kessen, Sara Todaro, Sandro Della Giustina, Daniel SCott, Elisa Xitlali, Marcelo Araldi, Andre Garzia, Frank Wein, Sebastian Hengst, Michael Kohler, Andras Bognar, Daniel Spindelbauer, Romain Fleury, Aleksandra Uzelac, and Marko Andrejic.
Monday, 23 June
Tuesday, 24 June
Wednesday, 25 June
- Mozillians Town Hall (2014 Goals) - Add Services to our Product Lines
- 9:30am - 10:30am PT in MV Commons and Air Mozilla - https://air.mozilla.org/mozillians-town-hall-2014-goals-add-services-to-our-product-lines-2/
Thursday, 26 June
- 10:00 AM Pacific / 17:00 UTC: Grow Mozilla discussion -- a forum for discussing community building at Mozilla
- Agenda and dial-in information (feel free to add items to the agenda)
- All day, all time zones: Marketplace Day - All About Apps - An online event for contributors of all types to meet and work on things. Join us on https://etherpad.mozilla.org/marketplace-day and the #Marketplace channel.
- 5PM UTC / 1PM EST / 10 AM PST - Security Open Mic
- An open meeting to chat anything security related with the Mozilla Security team.
- Vidyo: SecReview Room // Dial-in Info (phone): - US/INTL: 650-903-0800 or 650-215-1282 then extension 92 - Toronto: 416-848-3114 then extension 92 - Toll-free: 800-707-2533 then password 369 - Conference num 95294
Friday, 27 June
Saturday, 28 June
- The fourth annual IndieWebCamp is this weekend in Portland Oregon as usual, and has expanded this year!
First we take Manhattan, then we take Berlin
Sunday, 29 June
- IndieWebCamp 2014 continues all day in:
- Portland, New York City, Berlin
Project Status Updates (voice updates)
Speaker Location: Asa from Mountain View
New wiki at https://wiki.mozilla.org/FirefoxOS/Flame
Speaker Location: OpenMatt in Toronto
How can Mozilla teach the world the web?
- Mozillians Webmaker town hall last week
- What's new?
Speaker Location: San Francisco
Last week I talked about how working in the open is one way all of us can help with the goal to increase active contributors by 10x. I've come across an interesting statistic about this and wanted to make some specific asks.
The interesting statistic: In the past six months Mozillians created almost 30,000 Google documents and only 2,709 of them were made public.
The specific asks:
- Spend a minute imagining how effective you would be if you had access to just 10% of your team's documents
- Go through the Google Docs you've created and change the sharing settings to Public for anything that's not sensitive
- Consider using wiki.mozilla.org instead of Google Docs the next time you need to create a document
Bonus points: Read these two great posts from Amy Tsay and Doug Belshaw about working in the open.
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