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OSCON Report – Mozilla Reps, Mayors, Community and Change

Prologue The Mozilla Reps Council submitted a talk early on when the CFP was announced. The talk, titled ‘How To Multiply Your Community By A Factor Of X‘ seemed like a perfect fit for the Community track. The goal was two-fold, to get the word out about what we are doing in the Reps program, […]

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Viennese Delight

Here are the slides from my talk at Linuxwochen 2009 in Vienna this past weekend (pictures). Kairo‘s talk on the Open Web proceeded mine, so I focused more on high level content on Add-ons, Labs, and Mobile. Counting all 4 of those topics together, you get a pretty good feel for where Mozilla is now […]

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Mozilla at Linuxwochen in Vienna

Tomorrow I will be in Vienna and speaking at Linuxwochen.at, a premier Austrian Open Source event. The schedule is packed, and up just before me in the evening will be Robert Kaiser talking about the Open Web. If you missed Paul Rouget’s demos this week, I urge to to check them out.  I’ll be focusing […]

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