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(Close to final) DRAFT. Check back for updates.

When Title Description Speaker
Sat 13:15-13:45 Mozilla Europe General Introduction followed by an update on the work of Mozilla in Europe. Tristan Nitot
Sat 13:45-14:00 Mozilla Foundation MoFo in 15 minutes - the past year, current activities, future plans and purpose. Gervase Markham
Sat 14:00-14:45 FLOSS: a key to self-determination in Internet life Mitchell will discuss how FLOSS is a force for building self-determination into our [Internet] lives. Mitchell Baker
Sat 14:45-15:00 Coffee Break
Sat 15:00-15:30 Hackability Tristan Nitot and Paul Rouget
Sat 15:30-16:30 HTML5 HTML5 introduction and demos Paul Rouget and Robert Nyman
Sat 16:30-16:45 Coffee Break
Sat 16:45-17:45 Weave Sync in 2010 Weave has recently released Sync 1.0, and now we're looking to the future. What does this mean for Mozilla as we push into the world of services, and how does this integrate with our product roadmap? Mike Connor
Sat 18:00 Room closes at 18:00
Sun 09:30-10:00 Open Source Meetups Carsten Book of Mozilla and Florian Effenberger of, founders of the "Open-Source-Treffen", introduce their vision and tell about the experiences to help open source projects meet their end-users and vice versa. Audience for this talk are open source communities wishing to set up their own meetings as well as interested users who love to learn more about the idea. Carsten Book and Florian Effenberger (
Sun 10:00-10:30 MozMill Mozmill, the shiny new star for automated functional testing improves the QA cycle for any Gecko based platform drastically. While the automation will cover most of the manual tests for Firefox in the future, man power can be wisely used for specialized manual tests on Litmus. This talk will demonstrate the benefits of Mozmill and how it has been already used by QA. But it will also show how important those tests are for testing localized builds. Henrik Skupin
Sun 10:30-11:15 Messaging / Thunderbird State of the messaging projects where we are , where we are going. Ludo
Sun 11:15-12:30 Firefox Mobile Firefox Mobile runs on devices with unique platform features and user interaction modes. While the Mozilla platform supports different desktop platforms, there are plenty of mobile device features that still need to be exposed. In addition, the touch-based user interactions and small screens require different platform support and UI designs. (The Mozilla Mobile crew) Mark Finkle
Sun 12:30-13:00 LUNCH
Sun 13:00-13:15 WoMoz Presentation of Women and Mozilla and Summary of WoMoz week-end workshops at fosdem Delphine Lebédel and Alix Cazenave
Sun 13:15-14:00 L20n L20n is the codename for a localization architecture taking existing approaches one step further. The name stands for l10n 2. This sesion will be targeted at tool authors and their users, localizers, on how we can keep simple things simple and expose the power of l20n at the same time. Axel Hecht
Sun 14:00-14:30 Explore Jetpack Jetpack is one of the most dynamic project in Mozilla these days. The talk will be split into three pieces. First, I'll present the concept and how the project is being developed. Then, I'll make sure there's time for your questions. Finally, I'll try to make sure you know how to join us :) Zbigniew Braniecki
Sun 14:30-15:15 Mozilla Drumbeat in Europe Update on Mozilla's new effort to get everyday internet users participating to make the web more open. Also, early thinking and opportunity for feedback on European Drumbeat plans and projects. Mark Surman and Alina Mierlus
Sun 15:15-15:30 Coffee Break
Sun 15:30-16:15 Lightning Talks Talk list - add your own! Open to all
Sun 16:15-17:00 Panel discussion A discussion on Mozilla's mission - from Firefox to Drumbeat. Mitchell Baker, Mark Surman, and Tristan Nitot.
Sun 17:00 Room closes at 17:00 for final keynote