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Schedule

Mozilla Festival Science Fair 2010.

Below is the latest schedule, with new sessions still being added. And we want you to help us hack it!

Propose another topic for the slate!

How? Just email festival@mozilla.org or tweet your idea with the hashtag #mozhelp, and we will slot it in.

Follow @mozillafestival for the latest updates about the Festival schedule including room changes, new sessions and exciting updates!

Friday, November 4

Time Venue: Ravensbourne College
1130 - 1700 Hive London Youth Zone
1800 On-Site Registration
1800 - 2030
Web Maker Science Fair
2030
After Party at Pilot Inn, 68 River Way

Saturday, November 5

Morning

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 0800 - 0900

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 0900 - 1000

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1300 - 1400

Time Walker Space Fireside Chats
The Hub/101
Learning Lab:
Rm 103
Learning Lab:
Rm 205
Learning Lab:
Rm 209
Learning Lab:
Rm 211
Learning Lab:
Rm 212
Learning Lab:
Rm 213
Big Space
4th Flr
Design Challenge
1
Rm 601
Design Challenge
2
Rm 602
Design Challenge
3
Rm 603
Design Challenge
4
Rm 604
Design Challenge
5
Rm 605
Design Challenge
6
Rm 606
Registration Opens At 0800

Opening Circle on 4th Floor

1000 - 1115 Timeline Journalism Subtitling Made Easy Making Money from Free Prototype with Paper Webmaking 101 Zero to Game Your Discussion Here! Customizing 3D Robots Popcorn and Connected Documentary Your Challenge Here! Touch the News Data Journalism Handbook Hackasaurus: Teaching the World to Hack
1130 - 1245 Hive London: Youth Zone Behind the Scenes: Al Jazeera Live Blogs Hyperaudio: Text Edit Your Audio Email is Broken Your Discussion Here! We Don't Need No Stinkin Badges…or do we? Single to Multiplayer Game Game On Arcade Customizing 3D Robots Popcorn and Connected Documentary Your Challenge Here! Touch the News Data Journalism Handbook Hackasaurus: Teaching the World to Hack


Lunch
With optional discussion in the The Hub/101 about the Knight-Mozilla News Technology Partnership
Also, check out the O2 for Yummy Alternatives


Afternoon

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1300 - 1400

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1730 - 1930

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 2000

Time Walker Space Fireside Chats
The Hub/101
Learning Lab:
Rm 103
Learning Lab:
Rm 205
Learning Lab:
Rm 209
Learning Lab:
Rm 211
Learning Lab:
Rm 212
Learning Lab:
Rm 213
Big Space
4th Flr
Design Challenge
1
Rm 601
Design Challenge
2
Rm 602
Design Challenge
3
Rm 603
Design Challenge
4
Rm 604
Design Challenge
5
Rm 605
Design Challenge
6
Rm 606
Lunch
With optional discussion in the The Hub/101 about the Knight-Mozilla News Technology Partnership
Also, check out the O2 for Yummy Alternatives

1400 - 1515 Hive London: Youth Zone Your Learning Lab Here! Hacker Journalism Apps for Good Online Privacy: Control Your Data DJ Mini Challenges Open, Participatory and Fun: Working the Mozilla Way Your Discussion Here! Your Discussion Here! School of Webcraft: Developer Training Popcorn Bounties I Hyperaudio: Text Edit Your Audio Touch the News Data Journalism Handbook Flow Media: Real-Time Reporting
1530 - 1645 Hive London: Youth Zone Mitchell Baker Refine, Reuse, Request Data with ScraperWiki APIs 101 Using Popcorn with Documentaries DJ Mini Challenges Browser ID Public Domain Megastore Set-Up for Keynotes School of Webcraft: Developer Training Popcorn Bounties I Hyperaudio: Text Edit Your Audio Touch The News Data Journalism Handbook Flow Media: Real-Time Reporting


Keynotes on 4th Floor:
Kat Cizek & Tim Hunkin

Evening Plans: Fireworks Around the Thames

One Option: Blackheath Hill
http://www.londontown.com/LondonEvents/Blackheath-Fireworks/e4b3e

By boat: North Greenwich Pier (every 20 min) toward Embankment Pier; Disembark at Greenwich Pier
By Bus:Take Bus 129 or 188 toward Greenwich Cutty Sark (every 12 min); Disembark at National Maritime Museum
By Train:Take the Jubilee to Canary Wharf (every 6-10 min); Transfer to the DLR and take to Cutty Sark

For most up-to-date departure times check out Journey Planner

Once you get to Greenwich, walk up the hill in Greenwich Park toward Royal Observatory for prime fireworks viewing (Follow Green Beam from Observatory)

Warning: Transport difficult going home!


Sunday, November 6

Sunday Morning

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 0900 - 1000

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1315 - 1400

Time Walker Space Fireside Chats
The Hub/101
Learning Lab:
Rm 103
Learning Lab:
Rm 205
Learning Lab:
Rm 209
Learning Lab:
Rm 211
Learning Lab:
Rm 212
Learning Lab:
Rm 213
Big Space
4th Flr
Design Challenge 1
Rm 601
Design Challenge 2
Rm 602
Design Challenge 3
Rm 603
Design Challenge 4
Rm 604
Design Challenge 5
Rm 605
Design Challenge 6
Rm 606
Opening Welcome on 4th Floor

1000 - 1130 Your Design Challenge Here! Your Fireside Chat Here! Processing.js Model Making a Physical App Your Learning Lab Here! Programming for Non-Programmers Visualize Your Media Diet Hive London Web Forward: Accelerating Open Projects with Mozilla Popcorn Bounties II Multilingual Newsroom with Universal Subtitles Hack Your Homework with P2PU Hack the DJ Your Challenge Here! Data Journalism Handbook
1145 - 1245 Your Design Challenge Here! Making Journalism Education Coder-Friendly Popcorn for Beginners Math Games: Classification & Meta Data Influence Metrics Have Arrived on the Web HTML Basics for Journalists Web Apps Framework We <3 Badges SMS and Journalism
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3D Open Source Gaming on the Web
Popcorn Bounties II Multilingual Newsroom with Universal Subtitles Hack Your Homework with P2PU Hack the DJ Hackasaurus Game Prototyping Data Journalism Handbook


Lunch
Tell us what you learned and made with #mozfest

Sunday Afternoon

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1300 - 1400

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1730 - 1800

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1830 - 2000

|style="font-size:11px; text-align:left; padding:6px;" cellpadding=5| 1830 - 2000

Time Walker Space Fireside Chats
The Hub/101
Learning Lab:
Rm 103
Learning Lab:
Rm 205
Learning Lab:
Rm 209
Learning Lab:
Rm 211
Learning Lab:
Rm 212
Learning Lab:
Rm 213
Big Space
4th Flr
Design Challenge 1
Rm 601
Design Challenge 2
Rm 602
Design Challenge 3
Rm 603
Design Challenge 4
Rm 604
Design Challenge 5
Rm 605
Design Challenge 6
Rm 606
Lunch
Tell us what you learned and made with #mozfest

1400 - 1515 Online Collaborative Coding Game in Processing Mozilla: Creating a Web-Literate Planet with Mark Surman and Ben Hammersley Your Learning Lab Here! Using Edu-tainment for Social Awareness: Designing a UX Framework Architect the SMS Newsroom HTML5 and Other New Technology Explained for Humans Cyberrhetoric: The Power of Online Discussion Hack the DJ Your Discussion Here! Your Challenge Here! Games that Rock Your Browser Trusting News Sources Designing a "School of Open" Making Educational Video Social Data Journalism Handbook
1530 - 1645 Your Design Challenge Here! Wikimedia Tech Q&A Playing with Real-Time Web Technology API Programming 101 with Storify Let's Start Hacking: Expanding Conference Reach Wordpress SecureSmartCam Hack the DJ Future-Friendly Tactics for the Mobile Web Your Challenge Here! Games that Rock Your Browser Trusting News Sources Designing a "School of Open" Making Educational Video Social Data Journalism Handbook
Closing Circle on 4th Floor
Tell us what you learned and made with #mozfest

AfterParty in Ravensbourne
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