Archive for November, 2011
This weekend (in 2 days!) Mozilla Reps will be running a documentation sprint in a collaborative effort to make our Documents and SOPs even better!
We need your documentation, writing, wiki-ninja skills for 3 days starting this Friday 25th Nov till Sunday 27th Nov.
You don’t have to be a master in documentation, devote 3 full days or even be a Rep to join us.
We will be coordinating our efforts in #remo IRC channel and in this EtherPad
Finishing and polishing some SOPs will be our primary focus (more info on the EtherPad). We will make sure to have people on IRC all the time to coordinate efforts and we are expected to hold some calls and IRC chats.
If you plan on joining us, please write your name on the Etherpad and drop by IRC to discuss on what we should focus those 3 days!
We will shortly announce a kick-off 3 hours long call/meeting for Friday (afternoon for GMT)
Let’s write and shine!
ps. We will have gifts for all participants
Yeap this is a test post. Much needed for testing
If you have a question stuck in your head, you need to get an answer.
“Which is the place in the world with biggest Firefox share?”
Antarctica has consistently Firefox share of 80+ % for years now! (Based on all stat/market share agencies that I could dig into). This could come as a surprise to some people, but think about it! It is totally logical. Antarctica is packed with scientists/pioneers/engineers/brilliant minds that can settle for nothing less that bleeding edge technology, and this is Firefox!
Now how about leveraging this power and recognizing this fact? How about a Mozilla Antarctica Community?
Let’s kick this off! Over the next weeks David Boswell, Robert Nyman, Anthony Ricaud and me will reach out to those people, establishing a community where no browser has gone before.