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To give MozCamp attendees a chance to get hands-on with Open Web Apps and Firefox OS, we are hosting an open hacking lounge in the main area that people can visit throughout the event. The lounge will be divided into two sides, one for hacking on Firefox OS, the other for hacking on Web Apps.

We'll have devices, handouts, and people on hand to help you get started!


The lounge will be hosted in the main warehouse area of SCAPE.

Firefox OS

You can easily contribute to the first release of Firefox OS. We'll show you how you can help with development, testing or localization.



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Have you heard about open web apps and want to learn more? The Apps Hacking Lounge will be an interactive area where you can get started creating apps, test them on tablets and phones, see demos (or sign up to do one), and ask questions. Everyone who makes an app will get a prize!

Here are resources to get you started hacking (Last updated Nov. 14)

Got a Question?

Following are App developers and evangelists who will be in attendance:

hnGV3.png Or, if you see this sticker on someone's name badge, feel free to flag that person down with any questions about Apps!

Apps Challenge

If you don't get a chance to create an app at Mozcamp, no worries--take the Apps Challenge and show off your great idea by the end of the year!

Write your name below if you'd like to attend!

  • Amy Tsay
  • William Reynolds
  • Lisa Brewster
  • Benny Chandra
  • Jeff Griffiths
  • Erik Vold
  • Viking KARWUR
  • Fauzan Alfi
  • Risman Rangga Pratama
  • Irayani Queencyputri
  • Andi Darmawan
  • Jemmy Novy Rorong
  • Ademas Pramuatmaja
  • Vikash Agrawal
  • Chit Thiri Maung
  • Robert Reyes
  • Kevin John Ventura
  • Krishna Kumar Deep
  • Aniruddha Adhikary
  • Galaxy Kadiyala
  • Harald Kirschner
  • Mouhamadou M. CAMARA
  • Sureshkumar Packiyarajah
  • Sayak Sarkar
  • Saurabh Shah
  • Ankit Gadgil
  • Gauthamraj Elango