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EU MozCamp 2011/Schedule

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Friday 11 November, 2011

16:00 - 17:00

  • Poster Hanging: We need help putting up posters all over the event space. We've got some really lovely posters to promote various projects thanks to our creative team!
    • Where: Meet at Kalkscheune registration desk.
    • Sign up here

16:00 - 18:00

  • Session Review + Prep: We're hosting drop in hours for "angels" to review our presentations and do last minute session prep. Join us at the TRYP Hotel in the GOYA room.
    • Want an angel or to be one? See sign up

18:00 - 21:00

Come join us for a very informal Mozillians meetup to kick off MozCamp and meet local Berliners. Current and would-be Mozillians will have the opportunity to learn more about the various opportunities to get involved with Mozilla - not to mention catching up with each other. More details here.

Saturday 12 November, 2011

See track view: Product & Technology, Engagement & Regionalization, Skills Development & Community Growth.

Time Arena(125) Mosaic(50) Lynx(50) Midas(30) Viola(80) Cello(30)
08:00 - 08:45 Registration (coffee and snacks served)
08:45 - 09:45 Welcome + Opening (tristan & mitchell)
09:45 - 10:45 Product Focus and Demos (johnath)
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:40 Market Context and Engagement (beard)
11:40 - 12:00 Possibilities and Potential (Debbie Cohen)
12:00 - 13:00 Meet the Many Voices of One Mozilla
13:00 - 14:00 Lunch
Time Arena(125) Mosaic(50) Lynx(50) Midas(30) Viola(80) Cello(30)
14:00 - 14:45 The State of Firefox Mobile (L. Rochas) The State of Thunderbird (Jb Piacentino) An Introduction to Apps: Market Overview (M. Schroeder) & Apps Demo (cyberdees) Contributing with zero or little technical skills (D. Bruant + Clarista)
Nightingale: a Songbird Fork (A. Turmel)
State of L10n (chofmann & J. Beatty) Media Training (closed session)
15:00 - 15:45 Boot to Gecko and WebAPIs (V. Nicolas and M. Lamouri) Thunderbird Add-ons Development (protz) Discussion: All about Add-ons (Alexandre Poirot, Jeff Griffiths, jorge) Contributor Video Shoot (closed room) The State of Firefox Aurora (Laura Mesa, S. Hollmann) Media Training (closed session)
16:00 - 16:45 Write code for Firefox #UX #frontend #beginner (prouget) Instantbird (fquèze) Add-on SDK Localization (J. Griffiths & A. Poirot) How to help with Firefox Mobile using local knowledge - no phone required (Irina Sandu) Mozilla Reps Status Update and What's Next! (william/pierros) Media Training (closed session)
16:45 - 17:00 Coffee break
17:00 - 17:45 Hacking Gecko (Bobby Holley) How can Mozilla IT be your IT? (jabba / dgherman) Constructive Collaboration: How To Get Things Done While Retaining Your Sanity - effective communications within Mozilla (gerv) A Dive In European Markets (Patrick Finch / Gregory Jost / S. Chen) SUMO: Past, Present and Future (kadir)
SUMO: Supporting Firefox for Android (M. Luna)
Adapting to Change(Diane Branson)
18:00 - 18:45 ARENA live demo of Firefox GTK3 port (M. Stransky)
How non-developers can help developers (Mounir Lamouri)
MOSAIC Introducing the Firefox Brand Toolkit... (Creative Team: Tara, Matej, Lee & Ty) LYNX Marketing Mozilla: Nurturing a Million Relationships (Jane Finette, C. Collins, J. Davis) Lightning 101 (fallen)
MIDAS Events Creation from Email (Merike Sell)
VIOLA SUMO Beyond the Browser (I. Garcia) CELLO Town Hall - Open Focus group "New Skill Development Tracks" (Debbie Cohen and the Learning Team)
19:00 - 20:00 Firefox Flicks Projection Making space for others to participate Keeping Add-ons Compatible with Rapid Releases (jorge) Discussion: (Re)distributing Firefox and Thunderbird (Mike Hommey)
Firefox DevTools (prouget)
TM-based localization - Mozilla experience / Localize.Mozilla.org - Knock knock, who's there? (Vito Smolej) Focusing + Expanding Efforts in Europe: Q & A
20:30 - 23:00 Dinner at WEIHENSTEPHANER restaurant (train station Hakescher Markt)

Sunday 13 November, 2011

See track view: Product & Technology, Engagement & Regionalization, Skills Development & Community Growth.

Time Arena(125) Mosaic(50) Lynx(50) Midas(30) Viola(80) Cello(30)
08:45 - 09:45 Diving into the New Development Cycle (clegnitto & Laura Mesa)
10:00 - 10:45 How to be a kick-ass public speaker (Chris Heilmann) Change as a Chance: How NoScript Survived Electrolysis and Got Nicer, Too (Giorgio Maone) Babelzilla community, present and future (JB Marcon)
Adofex - add-on l10n platform (Tim Babych)
FOSDEM 2012 (+ devroom) planning World Ready - How you can shape the future of Mozilla campaigns (Stas) Contributor Video Shoot (closed room)
11:00 - 11:45 MDN & Web Documentation (Jay Patel/Jean-Yves Perrier) How to get involved in Web Dev (A. Ricaud) WoMoz - What's Next? (Clarista/ Delphine Lebedel) Discover Mozilla Reps Special Interest Groups (Pierros P. - G. Jost - S. Hollmann) On Designing L10n Tools (pike)
L10n tools: introducing Pontoon (Matjaž Horvat)
Influencing People -leadership training(Dave Berz)
12:00 - 13:00 Leaders Q & A
Submit your questions here!
13:00 - 14:00 Speed Lunch and Mozillians Photo
Time Arena(125) Mosaic(50) Lynx(50) Midas(30) Viola(80) Cello(30)
14:00 - 14:45 Apps & Browser ID (Chris Heilmann) Are you a localizer? Want to learn more about OmegaT? (Vito Smolej) Discussion: The future of Gecko and JS embedding (Mike Hommey) Crash Investigation 101 (marcia & kairo) Community building: learning from veteran communities (various) Mozilla PR & Comms Reps Program (PR team)
15:00 - 15:45 New Security (& Privacy) Features in Firefox(Curtis Koenig) Regionalizing Hackasaurus (atul & Jess Klein) PDF.JS (J. Viereck) L10n & Copywriting Workshop (Matej Novak) Community Testimonials: 4 community stories (various) Comms Rep Training (PR team)
16:00 - 16:45 Hacking the Browser with the Add-ons SDK / Builder (D. McNamara and Alex Poirot) DemoParty Project (Moz Labs), Art & Code, Dev. Engagement (Tobias Leingruber) Mozilla Learning Programs (Hackasaurus/ Hive/ Popcorn/ Mojo/ Badges) (Stephanie Schipper) Mozilla and Wikipedia: comparison of localization approaches (A. Aharoni) Building Community Through Local Sites (dboswell / Pascal Chevrel) Mozilla Balkan round-table (Aleksandar Savic)
17:00 - 17:15 Closing Remarks in main room (Arena)
17:15 - 19:00 BOFs / Work Sprints / Free Time
19:00 - 21:00 FREE TIME