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MozCamp Asia 2012 Schedule

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Thursday, Nov 15th

Registration Desk @ V Hotel Lavender

Time: 10am - end of day

Please visit the registration desk at the hotel for:

  • MRT map from hotel to venue
  • An MRT pass (if you did not receive yours at the airport)

Open Working Space

A table will be reserved for Mozilla @ The Hub, see info below.

Firefox OS and MDN Developer Event

Developer Meet Up! An evening of talks targeted at local web developers and MozCamp attendees on Thursday evening, hosted by the MDN team. This event is open to the public, please register at Eventbrite. Feel free to promote locally in Singapore as well!

Location: Hub Level 2 (please see directions to the Hub below)

Time: 6:30 - 9:30pm

Friday, Nov 16th

Registration Desk @ V Hotel Lavender

Time: 8am - end of day

Please visit the registration desk at the hotel for:

  • MRT map from hotel to venue
  • An MRT pass (if you did not receive yours at the airport)

Open Working Space

A table will be reserved for Mozilla @ The Hub, see info below.

Community Building Meetup

Working session of people building communities around their projects at Mozilla. If interested in attending, please contact David Boswell about attending to make sure we have enough space available.

Time: 9am - 4pm

Location: Hub Level 1 (please see directions to the Hub below)

Gear Assembly

If interested, please come help us assemble the attendee gear bags on Friday afternoon!

Time: 5:30 - 6pm

Location: Scape (Warehouse Room)

MozCamp Welcome Event

Welcome event tonight will be at The Lawn at Youth Park.

Location: 113 Somerset Road, Singapore 238165.
Lawn beside the National Youth Council building @ The Hub

Time: 7-10:30pm

  • Country Fair from 7:30 - 8:30pm
  • Please visit the Registration desk from 7:00 - 8:00pm for your badge, lanyard, venue map, and to find out who your Mission MozCamp partner is!

Directions from the V hotel to The Hub, here is a (Map) as well as Step-by-Step directions which you can follow:

  1. Using MRT From Lavender Station, take the east west line towards Joo Koon.
  2. Alight at City Hall Station. Change to north south line towards Jurong East.
  3. Alight at Somerset Station, take Exit A and walk 291m to Bus stop at National Youth Council, look for a red building.

Here is the detail direction from MRT station to Youth Park.

Saturday, Nov 17th

Directions from hotel to SCAPE / Pictures and map of SCAPE / SCAPE floorplan

Breakfast

Time: 8:00 - 9:00am

Location: Scape (Warehouse Room)

Please note that we will NOT be eating breakfast at the hotel, breakfast will be served at the MozCamp venue.

Schedule

  • Please find your Mission partner and sit at the same table during the morning activities

See track view: Desktop and Mobile, Apps and Boot-to-Gecko (Firefox OS), Grow Mozilla.

Time Grow Mozilla (Scape Floor 5, Gallery) Apps + B2G (Hub @ Level 1) Desktop and Mobile (Hub @ Level 2) Session Room 4 (Scape Floor 4, Room A) Session Room 5 (Scape Floor 4, Room B)
07:00 - 08:00 Wake up and transport to Scape
08:00 - 09:00 Breakfast at Scape
09:01 - 9:05 Welcome to MozCamp
09:05 - 9:35 Mitchell Baker (State of Mozilla and our Values as a Community)
09:36-10:06 Johnathan Nightingale (The Importance of Desktop)
10:06 - 10:24 David Slater (Getting Creative about Marketing)
10:30 - 11:45 Design Session (How we increase Desktop Market Share in Asia)
(Coffee break will take place through the session and begin at 11:00am)
11:45 - 12:00 Community Quilt
12:00 - 12:05 Keynote Wrap-Up (What We've Learned Today)
12:05 - 13:05 Lunch
Time Grow Mozilla (Scape Floor 5, Gallery) Apps + B2G (Hub @ Level 1) Desktop and Mobile (Hub @ Level 2) Session Room 4 (Scape Floor 4, Room A) Session Room 5 (Scape Floor 4, Room B)
13:15 - 14:10 China+Taiwan Market Insights - Dr. Hong Tang, Natasha Ma Security in Firefox OS - Paul Theriault, Larissa Co Presentation.png Here Come the Trains, Releasing Quality Mozilla Products - Lukas Blakk We Are All Remoties - John O’Duinn Apps Dissected - APIs as Awesome Sauce! - Harald Kirschner Presentation.png


Hacking Apps with the Firefox OS Simulator - Jeff Griffiths

14:20 - 15:50 Help Grow the MDN - Ali Spivak

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Write blog posts like a rock star - Chris Heilmann Presentation.png

14:20-15:00 - Anatomy of an App - tofumatt Creating Add-ons for Firefox on Android - Jorge Villalobos Presentation.png WebFWD – Learn The Essentials Of Entrepreneurship: Business Model Canvas - Didem Ersoz, Sau Sheong, and Arky


Sculpting a vibrant community - Ankit Gadgil & Sayak Sarkar

Help the UX Team Understand Security and Privacy Concerns in Asia - Larissa Co and Paul Theriault
15:50 - 16:25 Snack break
16:25 - 17:25 Communications Training - Shannon Prior & Mike Manning Introduction to Functional/UI Testing B2G Apps using Marionette - Zac Campbell Presentation.png Hacking Firefox made easy - Irakli


Add-on Localization - Jorge Villalobos

Cocktails, crayons, and cartoons: making the Open Web hands-on - Daisuke Akatsuka, Brian Birtles, Yuka Takagi


Firefox Flicks 2013 - Galaxy K & Vineel Reddy

17:35 - 18:30 Finding NeMo - let's take Mozilla to the masses – Deb, Kinshuk & Ahkeno Presentation.png I Reject Because I Care: Resetting expectations of the app review process – Lisa Brewster Beyond the Box - Firefox and Services in 2013 - Mike Connor (mconnor) Plan of "Grow Mozilla" for your country - Eri Inoue, Tetsuya Kosaka Presentation.png


How to Identify, Qualify, and Grow your Contributor Base - Mathew Caldwell, Josh Matthews

The SUMO Magnet - or Why Is Support so Fun, Special, and Cool – Madalina Ana, Rosana Ardila & Bram Pitoyo
18:35 - 19:35 Paid-staff Leadership Townhall (Please submit any questions you have for the townhall here
19:35 - 22:30 Dinner


Hacking Lounge for B2G and Apps

If you've heard the buzz around web apps and B2G but don't know where to start, the Apps Hacking Lounge is for you. The lounge will be an interactive area where you can get started creating apps, test them on tablets and phones, see demos, and ask questions! We're giving out a special gift to everyone who makes an app!

Even if you don't get a chance to create an app at MozCamp, no worries--take the Apps Challenge and show off your great idea by the end of the year!

The Apps Hacking Lounge will take place on both Saturday and Sunday throughout MozCamp in the Warehouse Room where the colorful beanbags are (First Floor)

Contributor Spotlights

Please sign-up to be interviewed about your experience as a Mozillian which could be utilized around our 15 year anniversary, Brand Engagement, on-boarding, the Get Involved Page and more! Sign-up to take part here

The Contributor Spotlights will take place in the 'Warehouse' room on the main stage. If you have any questions, please reach out to Shannon Prior at sprior@mozilla.com

Saturday Night Dinner

Dinner will take place directly following the BoF talks on Saturday afternoon. Buses will be transporting us directly from Scape to the Red Dot Brewery RedDot Brewhouse @ BoatQuay Restaurant.

Each individual will be responsible for their own transportation returning from the restaurant to the V-Hotel. The last train departing at Raffles Place (which is the nearest train station for Reddot Brewhouse on 17th Nov) will be around 12am.

For more information on the Red Dot Brewery, please see here

Sunday, Nov 18th

Schedule

See track view: Desktop and Mobile, Apps and Boot-to-Gecko (Firefox OS), Grow Mozilla.

Time Grow Mozilla (Scape Floor 5, Gallery) Apps + B2G (Hub @ Level 1) Desktop and Mobile (Hub @ Level 2) Session Room 4 (Scape Floor 4, Room A) Session Room 5 (Scape Floor 4, Room B)
07:00 - 08:00 Wake up and travel to Scape
08:00 - 09:00 Breakfast at Scape
09:00 - 9:02 Welcome to Day 2!
09:02 - 9:30 Brendan Eich (Opening the Mobile Web)
09:30 - 9:58 Rick Fant (Building the App Marketplace)
09:58 - 10:23 Li Gong & Dave Slater (Why Mobile Matters in Asia)
10:23 - 10:26 Mobile Medic (We want the Web to be the Platform)
10:26 - 10:27 Introduction to the Design Session
10:27 - 11:47 Design Session (How we build an App that builds a healthy community)
(Coffee break will take place during the session and begin at 11:00am)
11:47 - 12:04 Community Quilt
12:04 - 12:19 Mitchell Baker (Emeritus Project)
12:19 - 13:05 Lunch
13:05 - 14:05 Volunteer Leadership panel (Warehouse auditorium)
Time Grow Mozilla (Scape Floor 5, Gallery) Apps + B2G (Hub @ Level 1) Desktop and Mobile (Hub @ Level 2) Session Room 4 (Scape Floor 4, Room A) Session Room 5 (Scape Floor 4, Room B)
14:20 - 15:50 Mozilla Reps: Update and next Steps + Student Reps Planning - WilliamQ, Pierros, Kate Localization Sprint for B2G - DwayneBailey, Stas Social API Launch Workshop - Chelsea Novak Fortify Firefox OS with Proactive Support! (60 min) - Michael Verdi Firefox for Android: Defining Value to Define the Future - Karen Rudnitski
15:50 - 16:25 Snack break
16:25 - 17:25 Evolution of the Mozilla Manifesto Workshop - Mitchell Baker, Channy Yun and Li Gong Insight Gaia - OS Shell in <html> - Tim Chien Presentation.png Introduction to SocialAPI - Shane Caraveo Presentation.png Firefox l10n under Rapid Release - Axel Hecht, Jeff Beatty


Thunderbird State of the Union - Jonathan Protzenko

How to build quality Open Web Apps - David Burns Presentation.png Code
17:35 - 18:35 Creative Wish List: What tools and resources do you need to make your lives easier? - Matej Novak (:matej) & Ty Flanagan (:Tycho) We Are All Remoties - John O’Duinn NOTE: Moved to Warehouse auditorium Firefox for Android Community Campaign Challenge: how to market Fennec to Android users in your country/region - Gen Kanai Presentation.png Browser pairs: Mini HTML5 game, community campaign and much more - Cheng-Heng Chang, Hsiao-Ting Yu


Events of Taiwan community: evolution, challenges, and survival in 2012 - Irvin Chen Presentation.png

L10n with Mercurial - Jeff Beatty & Axel Hecht
18:35 - 19:00 Closing (Warehouse auditorium)
19:00 - 20:00 BoF Talks


BoF (Birds of a Feather) Talks

If you would not like to host an entire session (or if you feel inspired(!) by a topic you are passionate about), please consider hosting a BoF talk @ MozCamp on Sunday evening.

The BoF talks can happen on Sunday afternoon from 7:00pm - 10:00pm in Scape Hub Quarter @ 4, InfoComms Lab 3. If you would like to host a BoF talk, please sign-up to do so here.

In order to give people more time to hear about your talk, please try and enter your talk in the schedule by 5pm on Sunday.


Where is Firefox?

For more information about:

  • Where the Firefox costume will be located throughout the weekend
  • To volunteer to wear it
  • To sign-up to use it

Please see here

Monday, November 19th

Evangelism Reps training - become a speaker/blogger/face of Mozilla 10 am - 2 pm @ The Hub

Speaker training for Contributors interested in becoming better speakers for Mozilla - learn how to be an effective speaker from our Principal Evangelist Christian Heilmann. In this session, you will learn how to identify what makes a successful presentation, preparing yourself and your slides and have the opportunity to ask questions and gain valuable insight. Special guest Mitchell Baker will be joining for lunch.

Please sign up on the etherpad if you plan to attend.