Help Review Mozilla’s Community Participation Guidelines 2.0 (Draft)

CC BY-SA 3.0 Nick Youngson   TL;DR We need you! There are 3 ways to give feedback on the draft of Mozilla’s Community Participation Guidelines. The draft is available in both English and Spanish (and yes, more languages will be included in future!). 1. By joining our #Mozillians Telegram Group or on Twitter tomorrow, Thursday […]

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Thank you Brian King!

Brian King was one of the first people I met at Mozilla.  He is someone whose opinion,  ideas, trust, support and friendship have meant a lot to me – and I know countless others would  similarly describe Brian as someone who made collaborating, working and gathering together as a highlight of their Mozilla experiences, and[…]

What is Participation Design Anyway

As part of our insights phase for Diversity & Inclusion for Participation at Mozilla, we’ve identified ‘Participation Design’ as being as one of 5 important topics for focus group discussion. Here is how I describe Participation Design (and thanks to Paul) for the question: Participation design is the framework(s) we use to generate contribution opportunities[…]

Building Mozilla’s Leadership Toolkit – Innovating contribution workflows for curriculum development

Building Mozilla’s Leadership Toolkit — Innovating contribution workflows for curriculum development Earlier this year, we proposed a framework for Community Leadership Development at Mozilla. Since then, we’ve iterated on that work : ‘Open, Communicate, Empower, and Build’ are now core competencies guiding content development in Mozilla’s Leadership Toolkit. As part of our goals for developing excellent content aligned[…]

Diversity & Inclusion for Participation – “A Plan for Strategy”

In the most recent Heartbeat, I consulted with Mozilla’s Diversity & Inclusion lead Larissa Shapiro, and others championing the discussion , about a strategy for D&I in Participation. I’m really excited and passionate about this work, and even though this is very, very early (this is only a plan for a strategy), I wanted to share[…]

Think globally, act locally

“Think Globally, Act Locally” originally began at the grassroots level, however, it is now a global concept with high importance. It is not just volunteers who take the environment into consideration. It is corporations, government officials, education system, and local communities. –  from Wikipedia On Friday December 13th, our local Mozilla community hosted a Mozilla[…]