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Welcome Rosana to Reps

I’m delighted to welcome Rosana Ardila as Program Manager for Mozilla Reps. Rosana has moved from the SUMO team where she has worked hard building up a strong community there. She helped build out contributor tools, a buddy program, and more to make it one of the strongest groups in Mozilla in terms of participation. […]

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Reps Leads Meetup Summary

The Mozilla Reps Council and module Peers met for 2 days over this weekend to solidify plans for 2014 and re-calibrate the vision and goals of Reps in general to align with our ambitious organisational goals around growing community. Traditionally billed as Council meetings, these bi-yearly sessions are designed to get the project leaders together […]

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Team Subotica 28 Dec

Roundup Of Recent Firefox OS Launches in Europe

2013 was an intense but extremely rewarding year for Mozilla. The personal highlight for me was seeing Firefox OS phones go on sale. Something that I’ve been spending much of my time on is working with our local communities to support them in their launch activities. We’ve wrapped up what we called our Wave 2 […]

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Opening

Mozilla Slovenia Space

Initial disclaimer: this is not an official Mozilla space, but a community space. Mozilla Slovenia wrote about it [sl]: http://www.mozilla.si/obiscite-nas-v-nasih-prostorih/ Nino wrote about it: http://blog.elnino.si/post/61428859498/bright-future-ahead-of-me-and-mozilla-slovenia From a community perspective, this gives us a physical home where we can lay a foundation and grow further. We’ve grown this year from 4 active members to about 15, […]

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The Group in Copenhagen

Nordic Tour Story

In a previous post I talked about how we were in full swing on a community building tour in the European Nordic countries. Here is the full story of what happened. If you can’t see the embedded slide show in this post, you can find the story over on Storify. How does this format (Storify) […]

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Building Communities

Remo Camp 2013

Remo Camp 2013, a set on Flickr. It was a weekend of yellow vests, paella, brainstorming, planning, and much more. I’m confident that Mozilla Reps has a bright future after being in the company of such passionate and talented people from all over the globe. Related articles ReMo/Council/ReMo Camp 2013 Taking Ownership Milestone: Mozilla Antarctica […]

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Scandanavia Tour

Jeff Beatty, Axel Hecht, and I are on a mini-Scandinavia tour / road-trip with the goals of strengthening our localization teams there and general community building. Jeff’s first stop was Reykjavik for a MozCafe, Axel and I joined him in Copenhagen for a Scandinavia Meetup, and now we are in Gothenburg. More on those stops […]

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Turkey Needs You

Turkey Needs You!

Earlier in April (4-7 April to be exact) I was in Istanbul to speak [slides] at Free Software & Linux Days at Bilgi University, the main FOSS conference in Turkey. I spoke their previously in 2010. This time I got great support from Mozilla Rep Selim Sumlu and we had a stand to show off […]

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The Genesis Of A Get Involved Page

One of the common problems of Mozilla communities is building up their team. As the Mozilla project scope grows, scaling up and being inclusive is crucial. One of the simplest things any community can do is put a Get Involved page on their site. Providing specifics on tasks and contact information, and linking to the […]

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Mozilla At FOSDEM 2013 Call For Proposals

This is a post by Benoit Leseul, Rep from Belgium and point man for Mozilla participation at FOSDEM, and wordsmith Claire Corgnou who is a woman of many talents including writing for Bonjour Mozilla. ———- Like each year since 2003, Mozilla will have a Developer Room at Fosdem. Fosdem (Free and Open source Software Developers’ […]

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