MozCamp Europe 2012

September 6th, 2012

MozCamp Europe 2012 is this weekend in Warsaw. It should be a packed weekend as the energy of so many people intent on building great things flows together. I’m also excited to see Warsaw as our venue, it reflects the very long and deep contributions the Polish community have made to Mozilla over the last 15 years. Sadly I need to leave early on Sunday because we’ve got 2 kids starting a new school in a new country and I want to be back for that. I suspect that means a *very* late night on Saturday 🙂

I’ve got a busy Saturday planned. Together with Tristan I’ll start things off with a big picture view of Mozilla. I’ll hold a session called “Evolution of the Mozilla Manifesto.” This will be partly about the Manifesto, and partly about “living the Manifesto.” The Manifesto is written down as words, but its true manifestation is how we act and what we build, and that’s what I plan to focus on. This is also way I love the Mozilla Community Quilt Presentations part of MozCamp so much — it shows the many local communities that come together to make Mozilla real.

There are also a couple of hours with space set aside for “Office Hours.” I’m hoping anyone, or groups, or local communities who have topics to discuss with wander by and we can work together. That way I’ll also get to meet a lot more people individually.

We’ll take the things that work best and bring them to upcoming MozCamps and other Mozilla events as well.

One comment for “MozCamp Europe 2012”

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    Karen Colton said on September 18th, 2012 at 11:36 am:

    I am not sure why you sent me an email T tried Thunderbird and could not figure it out so I just put all of my contacts in yahoo.
    Please advise : Why have you contacted me I do not have a website

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