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Mozilla Events

Events that Mozillians are speaking at, participating in, attending, or just recommend.

Add any events of interest to the Mozilla community; create separate pages for specific events if necessary. At a minimum, note event details:

  • dates/times of the event
  • location (e.g. city)
  • link to the primary page about the event.

Consider also submitting your events to the Where is Mozilla? page using the "Speaker Request Form" (even if you're not requesting a speaker).

  • Be aware of Where is Mozilla?'s limitations: 1) no community editing, 2) no edit/version history, 3) no ability to update submitted events, 4) can't subscribe in iCal/Zimbra.

add events to your calendar

Using the iCal or Evolution apps:

  • Subscribe events: http://dev.h2vx.com/ics/sub/wiki.mozilla.org/Events
  • Clicking that link will open your local calendar program (e.g. MacOSX iCal, Evolution, etc.)
  • Set it to update (i.e. "[x] Refresh" or "Auto-refresh: Every day") and new events will appear automatically.

You may also download events on this page as an iCalendar file.

See below for Zimbra instructions.

upcoming

Add new and upcoming events here.

March 2015

  • 2015-03-17..18 W3C Social Web Working Group f2f at MIT. Participants:
  • 2015-03-19..20 IndieWebCamp Campbridge at MIT. Participants:

past

Past months'/years' events.

At the start of a new July, move the previous year's events to its own archive page for that year similar to other previous years.

At the start of a new month, move the previous month's events subsection below this paragraph, most recent first.

February 2015

January 2015

December 2014

November 2014

October 2014

September 2014

August 2014

  • 2014-08-27..30 The Graphical Web in London, UK. Participants:
    • Jet Villegas (speaking)
    • Cameron McCormack (speaking)
    • Brian Birtles (speaking)
    • Jonathan Watt (attending)

July 2014

June 2014

  • 2014-06-11..12 W3C AB meeting in Cambridge

May 2014

  • 2014-05-01..02 Web Directions Code (#WDC14) in Melbourne, Australia
  • 2014-05-19..21 W3C CSS Working Group Face-to-Face meeting in Seoul, South Korea. Participants:
  • 2014-05-22: CSS Workshop in Seoul, South Korea. Participants:

April 2014

March 2014

  • 2014-03-04..05 W3C AB meeting hosted at Mozilla SF
  • JSFest in SF
  • Makerparty 2014 Hive Pop Up at GITAM University
  • Webmaker Party 2014 by PNUP Firefox Club at State Polytechnic of Ujung Pandang

February 2014

  • 2014-02-24 : Mozilla Day | SETIF 2

January 2014

  • 2014-01-29 Homebrew Website Club meeting in SF at Quip

previous years

Zimbra instructions

To subscribe to Mozilla events in your Zimbra home page:

  • Choose the "Calendar" tab
  • in the far left column, click the new calendar icon (little mini green calendar with a plus sign, top right corner of the column header)
  • a "Create New Calendar" dialog box appears
  • enter something like "MozWiki Events" into the Name field
  • check the 2nd checkbox: [x] Synchronize appointments from remote calendar
  • copy this URL: http://dev.h2vx.com/ics/wiki.mozilla.org/Events
  • paste it into the URL field
  • click [ OK ]

See Also

sponsorships

Want Mozilla to sponsor a conference (or sponsor you to attend a conference)?

See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/form.dev-engagement-event

If you have questions about sponsorship, send them to dev-events@mozilla.com.