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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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On Startup Culture

I admit to being skeptical before about startup culture in the technology sector, for a few reasons: It smells of a gold-rush, a way to make a quick buck. I was brought up with an ethic to go and do your day’s work, work hard, get paid, and play your part. This is inter-twined with […]

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Today, I am proud to be a Firefox user and Mozillian. Thank you to the amazing Mozilla community worldwide that has contributed to Firefox 4 and the Open Web. If you don’t know what Mozilla and Firefox are all about, watch this video. Watch with subtitles in some languages here. Can’t see the video? Get […]

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Hack the Browser, London Style

Calling all software developers in the UK and Ireland. If you are interested in the Web, an event not to miss is the upcoming Mozilla Add-ons Workshop in London. It is an evening event scheduled for 6:30pm -10:30pm on 30 June. We’ll be talking about extending Firefox, the latest and upcoming happenings on the Mozilla […]

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Extensions and Business

Image via Wikipedia Fred Wilson recently asked: Can You Build A Business on Browser Extensions? Alex Iskold tries to respond: Can Browser Add-ons Be Business? Well, this question has been answered a long time, as companies have been building extensions for Firefox for years, and the Mozilla Suite before that. Yet as mentioned in both […]

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