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  • Watch at https://mzl.la/project-meeting-2019-12-02 or anonymously at https://air.mozilla.org. You can also watch on the Mozilla YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oi3x6NuSCkI
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  • Presenters only: Zoom Meeting ID: 828 817 988 https://mozilla.zoom.us/j/828817988. Do not use this room if you're not planning to speak.
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Weekly Project Status Meeting Agenda

Items in this section will be shared during the live status meeting.

Friends of Mozilla Friends of Mozilla

  • Not a week has gone by this year where Mozilla Tech Speakers have not been actively engaging with developer audiences in various parts of the world, and we would like to extend a big thank you to all of the Mozilla Tech Speakers who volunteered their time to speak at conferences and present workshops last week. Major shout-outs to Erin, Felipe, Santosh, Claudia, Jenn, Aka, and Galuh for all of their great work this past week. Keep on rocking the free web!

  • The Mozilla Tech Speakers team is pleased to announce that the application period for a new cohort in 2020 is now open! Tech Speakers is a program aimed at creating and developing a community of technical specialists who are passionate about promoting the open web by speaking in public, giving demos, and delivering workshops. If you are interested in applying to join the Mozilla Tech Speakers program, please visit our discourse post to learn more about how to get involved.

Upcoming Events

This Week

Monday, 02 December

Tuesday, 03 December

Wednesday, 04 December

  • Ecma TC39 standards meeting (see above)

Homebrew Website Club

The Homebrew Website Club is a growing world-wide network of meetups for everyone who wants to take back their web experience from social media silos, and own their online identities, content, and interactions.

Locally hosted (at local times) in:

  • Nürnberg (GERMANY) (18:00-20:00)
  • Austin, TX (USA) (18:30-19:30)

Details and RSVP: https://indieweb.org/events/2019-12-04-homebrew-website-club

Thursday, 05 December

  • Ecma TC39 standards meeting (see above)

Friday, 06 December

Saturday, 07 December

🌁 IndieWebCamp San Francisco

IndieWebCamp San Francisco, hosted at our Mozilla office there.

IndieWebCamp is an all-levels BarCamp-like collaboration for two days (Saturday & Sunday) of roundtable sessions, brainstorming, creating, teaching, and a hackathon to help us all take back our data & lives on the web!

Any questions? Ask organizer Tantek on Slack.

Sunday, 08 December

IndieWebCamp San Francisco, hosted at our Mozilla office there. More info: https://indieweb.org/2019/SF

Next Week

Later Events and Available Tickets

ET Speaker Series Janet Vertesi, Princeton University: "Just Opt Out?": The Hidden Trade-Offs in Personal Data Ownership

Wednesday, 11 December 2019: 10:00am PT / 1:00pm ET / 8:00pm UT

Location: Mozilla Mountain View + broadcast on [Airmo]

Abstract: This talk reviews seven years’ worth of personal experiments aimed at opting out of data detection and platforms associated with the personal data economy online -- from keeping a pregnancy hidden from the internet to building your own cell phone. As technology companies shrug that if we don’t like their data policies we can “just opt out,” I question how realistic this assumption truly is. Can anyone just opt out and yet maintain an active digital lifestyle? And which hidden tradeoffs must we make in order to simply evade detection? As the experiments range from inconvenient to ridiculous to potentially dangerous, I present design and ethical implications for the next generation of tools that support radical data ownership online. The fact that most people stay on these platforms despite their discontent reveals that opting out is much more difficult than it seems.

Mozilla DevRel Complimentary Tickets

Our DevRel Sponsorship team sometimes receives complimentary tickets to share with Mozillians interested in attending the following events. Please fill out this form Ticket RequestForm . If you have questions, reach out to the DevSponsorship Team at devsponsorship@mozilla.com for more details.

Web Audio Conference 2019 Trondheim, Norway | 2019-12-04 to 2019-12-06

Halfstack Phoenix, AZ | 2020-01-17

Mozilla Sponsored Developer Events

Current list of Mozilla sponsored developer events (with their start dates) around the globe (DevRel Events team will update):

Web Audio Conference 2019 | 12/4/19 | Trondheim, Norway

🌁 IndieWebCamp San Francisco | 12/7/19 - 12/8/19 | MozSF, San Francisco

Halfstack | 01/17/20 | Phoenix

PyCascades 2020 | 89/2/20 | Portland

You Got This 2020 | 01/18/20 | Birmingham, UK

🌮 IndieWebCamp Austin 2020 | 02/22/20 - 02/23/20 | Austin, Texas, USA

PerfMatters Conference 2020 | 03/31/20 - 04/02/20 | Redwood City, CA USA

JS Kongress Munich | 04/15-16/20 | Munich, Germany

⛰ IndieWeb Summit 2020 | 06/27/20 - 06/28/20 | Portland, Oregon, USA


The limit is 3 minutes per topic. It's like a lightning talk, but don't feel that you have to have slides in order to make a presentation. If you plan on showing a video, you need to contact the Air Mozilla team before the day of the meeting or you will be deferred to the next week. The meeting is streamed in a 4:3 format in order to allow for split screen. If your slides are 16:9 "widescreen" format, please indicate in the "Sharing" column below.


Let's say hello to some new Mozillians! If you are not able to join the meeting live, you can add a link to a short video introducing yourself.

Presenter Title Topic Location Sharing Media More Details
Who Are You? What Do You Do? What are you going to talk about? Where are you presenting from? (Moz Space, your house, space) Will you be sharing your screen? (yes/no, 4:3 or 16:9) Links to slides or images you want displayed on screen Link to where audience can find out more information
David Bryant Head of Advanced Development Weekly Firefox Update MTV no n/a 2019-12-02
Josh Matthews Manager, Platform Engineering Emerging Technologies Update Toronto no n/a ET headlines
Anil Kanji Director, Digital Engagement - Mozilla Foundation *Privacy Not Included - buyer's guide Toronto no n/a privacynotincluded.org
Kelsey Witthauer Project Manager, Diversity & Inclusion Outreachy Program Update Mountain View no n/a [1]
Who is being introduced? Who are you? (the introducer) Where are you doing the introduction? Where are they from? How will they be part of Mozilla?
Their Name Your Name Intro location Their Location Their Role