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A view of the monument from a wide angle
A view of the monument from a wide angle.
Mockup of the names on the side panel
Mockup of the names on the side panel.
Materials being used to build the monument
Materials being used to build the monument.
Comparison showing the space before and after the monument being installed
Comparison showing the space before and after the monument being installed.
Part of the monument in the process of being made
Part of the monument in the process of being made.

Before the end of the year we will have new signage in front of our San Francisco Mozilla Space, at the corner of 2 Harrison and the Embarcadero. We want all Mozillians to be a part of it.

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How to participate

Sign-in to mozillians.org and join the SF Monument group.

And while you are adding your name for the monument, we also encourage you to add your name to about:credits. It's a great way to show the world you have contributed to Mozilla, and the easy directions can be found at the bottom of that page.

Finding your name

We are looking for people in the community to hack the monument and create apps to find your name. To make this easier, we have created json files of the names and their position.

If you have created an app already, file a issue to have your app added to this page.

If find duplicate names, encoding issues, or just general problems with the physical monument itself, please file a Github issue.

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Spread the word to Mozillians

We know there are many Mozillians, past and present, who do not have mozillians.org profiles and will not see this note. This includes former staff who have not updated their email address on mozillians.org. Please share the form with them. We ask that those people fill out this nomination form and we will help them get added.

Questions

Questions along the way can be directed here:

  • #mozillians on IRC
  • sf-monument at mozilla.com

Messaging on side panels

“Doing good is part of our code.”

These are the technologists, thinkers and builders, past and present, who help us keep the Internet alive and accessible — a global community dedicated to preserving the power and potential of the world's largest public resource.

Open Sans font

The names will be printed in the Open Sans font, and therefore we can only print characters supported by the font.