I am behind by about 9 posts. Rather than giving up the idea I’ll ever keep up – I’ve written a summary of those things “I would have blogged, if I could have blogged, when I should have blogged!” North American Mozilla Reps Meetup As a result of attending the North America Reps meetup, I
I keep delaying this post because I’m not sure where to start in describing my incredible trip to Athens Greece for Webmaker training days. ‘Incredible‘ only begins to describe the experience of learning, friendship, of being actually seeing Athens, and the generous Greek Mozillian community who took
Back in December I wrote a blog post about creating a single collaborative (youth) open source project as a way to connect all of those map markers on the Mozparty Map. The idea was inspired youth at Mozfest who wanted to create a collaborative project on the web, and by my own life-changing experiences contributing
I’m writing this post to start a conversation within Mozilla Reps on what running a donation-driven event means, and why it matters as a goal. However, because Mozilla Reps are located all over the world, circumstances around philanthropy differ wildly, and many are unlikely to find this post relevant to their economic systems at all.
#GenOpen (‘Generation Open’!) needs your help! This spring we’ll be gathering kids and youth from all over the world to collaborate on the first Open Source project created and directed entirely by youth. They’ll learn how easy it can be to contribute to an Open Source project, while making something really cool in collaboration with