Manifesto1.0

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Priority P1
Owner Stacy Martin, Gerv Markham
Project length (in # of strings and words) add and replace several words and remove a comma
Description of target audience The Mozilla Manifesto is a key document in order to understand the mission of Mozilla. It had been at version 0.9 for several years. It remained there to pick up input from translators. No significant input emerged from that source but it was felt that, given that some time had passed, before labeling it 1.0 we should go through a process to make sure it was still the best expression of Mozilla's principles. So input was gathered from groups of Mozillians at various community events, online, and through a governance post. Changes were proposed and have been agreed to by Mitchell. Changes are listed in https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Changes and https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Comparisons.
"The Mozilla Manifesto is a key document in order to understand the mission of Mozilla. It had been at version 0.9 for several years. It remained there to pick up input from translators. No significant input emerged from that source but it was felt that, given that some time had passed, before labeling it 1.0 we should go through a process to make sure it was still the best expression of Mozilla's principles. So input was gathered from groups of Mozillians at various community events, online, and through a governance post. Changes were proposed and have been agreed to by Mitchell. Changes are listed in https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Changes and https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Comparisons." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
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Target locales We plan to launch the updated site in first few days of January - with some communications around New Year's Resolutions. We'd like to have all 28 locales ready at once. The Mozilla Manifesto is currently translated in 28 languages. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/l10n-t.
"We plan to launch the updated site in first few days of January - with some communications around New Year's Resolutions. We'd like to have all 28 locales ready at once. The Mozilla Manifesto is currently translated in 28 languages. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/l10n-t." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
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Available L10n resources
Project life-cycle One-time
Release schedule https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Changes
Target date 2014/01/03

See https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Changes and https://wiki.mozilla.org/Manifesto/1.0_Comparisons.

Summary of approved text changes:

  • Principle #3 - replace "should" with "must"
  • Principle #4 - add "and privacy" after "security" and replace "cannot" with "must not"
  • Principle #5 - add "the Internet, and" after "shape" and replace "it" with "the Internet".
  • Principle #8 - remove the comma after "accountability"
  • Principle #9 - change "goals" to "profit"