On Wednesday, a very hot day in London Town, the last day in June, we had a Mozilla Add-ons Workshop. It was a day without football, and while England may have been knocked out, everyone seemed in fine spirits. A fitting day, as Mozilla Add-ons was fast approaching the 2 billion download mark. A fine achievement and testament to the extensibility of the Firefox and Mozilla platforms.

Love Your Add-ons
Love Your Add-ons

Nick and Justin from the AMO team flew in from the US as did Myk from the Jetpack team, and we were joined by a troupe from the Mozilla Europe offices in Paris. I spoke on Mobile add-ons and we covered a bunch of other topics, keeping the attendees engaged for over 3 hours. The big hits seemed to be Myk demoing the Add-ons Builder, and Paul Rouget doing his HTML5 and Web.Next demos.

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Paul On-Stage

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For more details, check out these blog posts from the following folks:

So I’ll leave with a thought, feedback welcome. Given that these events are about more than add-ons, morphing to include Web tech in general, should we re-brand these events to ‘Mozilla Hacks Workshop’ or something similar?

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