- 1 MozCamp Format Reminder
- 2 Ways to Participate in MozCamp
- 3 Host or cohost a session or workshop
- 4 List of Participation Proposals [Hosting or co-hosting a Session]
- 5 Attend (with a set of team objectives) or join the onsite team to help support and run the event
- 6 List of Participation Proposals [Attend with team objectives or join the onsite team to help support and run the event]
- 7 Indicate which Sessions you'd like to attend
MozCamp Format Reminder
For MozCamp Europe, we're evolving the format from presentation-based conference to an interactive camp featuring tracks, workshops, sprints, and hacking opportunities with clear deliverables + goals to achieve by the end of the weekend.
For a list of our MozCamp goals, please see here: https://wiki.mozilla.org/MozCampEU2012/Tracks
With this new format, we ask that at least 40% of each presentation be an interactive activity which results in an outcome or deliverable which furthers these goals. This activity can take many forms. Examples include:
- Tutorial on how to contribute to B2G
- Code of Conduct Discussion
- Workshop on how to recruit HTML5 developers
- Apps Brainstorm + Creation Sprint
Ways to Participate in MozCamp
There are two key ways in which an individual can participate in MozCamp:
1. Host or co-host a Session
2. Join the onsite team to help support and run the event
Host or cohost a session or workshop
1. Review the MozCamp goals, tracks, and sessions that we're on the lookout for here: https://wiki.mozilla.org/MozCampEU2012/Tracks
2. Make your proposal compelling by being able to illustrate in your wiki page how the content of your session will help accomplish the larger MozCamp goals.
3. Decide on the ideal length of your session. Proposals will be considered for sessions of 30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes (with exceptions for shorter workshops and sprints).
4. Decide the track in which your session would best belong. The MozCamp are as follows:
- Apps + B2G
- Mobile + Desktop
- Grow Mozilla
5. Create a wiki page (according to the format listed below) and post the link to this wiki page under the track in which you would anticipate giving your talk.
NOTE: You attendance at MozCamp Europe is dependent on your completion of a wiki page. The deadline to create a wiki page has now passed. If you are still interested in hosting a session, please contact a track lead directly for more information.
Template for Participation Proposal [Hosting or co-hosting a Session]
'''Title of Session (should also be the title of your Wiki page)''': '''Facilitator(s)''': '''Are you paid or volunteer staff?''': '''Area of Contribution (Team Name)''': '''How are you currently involved with the community?''': '''Location of Work (where do you reside?)''': '''Talk Length (please choose between 30, 60, 90, 120 minutes)''': '''Summary''': '''How your session furthers the MozCamp Goals (https://wiki.mozilla.org/MozCampEU2012/Tracks)''': '''Expected Outcome or Deliverable''': '''Desired Audience Type or Skill-set''': '''Equipment Needs (Video projector already included)''': -------------------------------------------------------------------- To Be Completed by the Audience- (If you would like) Submit a Question for the Speaker(s) or indicate what information you hope to gain by attending this talk here: Place your name here if you would like to attend this talk:
List of Participation Proposals [Hosting or co-hosting a Session]
Desktop and Mobile
Please submit all participation proposals for the Desktop and Mobile Track here
Boot-to-Gecko and Apps
Please submit all participation proposals for the B2G and Apps Track here
Please submit all participation proposals for the Grow Mozilla Track here
Attend (with a set of team objectives) or join the onsite team to help support and run the event
If you are not interested in giving a talk, but still would like to be an active participant at MozCamp Europe, there are many roles which you could propose to fill, including:
- Recruit volunteers into a functional area
- Engage with your current active + core contributors and work with them on how you can realign your activities in order to further Mozilla's 2012 goals
- Re-group with your core contributors and make substantial progress on some of the initiatives you've set forth for the year
- Volunteer coordinator (for those individuals who will be volunteering at the event)
- Leadership Q&A moderator
- Assistance with Welcome Event or Saturday night dinner
- Track lead support
- Communications lead (responsible for compiling the MozCamp Guidebook and daily communications at the event itself)
- Gear organizer
- Keeper of the Firefox costume (and it's schedule)
- Edit the wiki
- Dress up as Firefox to welcome people to the event :-)
For more questions on how to be directly involved with MozCamp (without giving a talk), please contact Kate directly at email@example.com
Template to use for a Participation Proposal [Attend with team objectives or join the onsite team to help support and run the event]
PLEASE NOTE: The link to your wiki page should appear as your NAME (and not your proposed participation) Name: Area of Contribution (Team Name): Paid or Non-paid Staff: How are you currently involved with (or in) the community?: Location of Work (where do you reside?): How you would like to participate in MozCamp: How your presence would help further the MozCamp goals (https://wiki.mozilla.org/MozCampEU2012/Tracks): Goals in Attending MozCamp:
List of Participation Proposals [Attend with team objectives or join the onsite team to help support and run the event]
1. Jennifer Zickerman (Edit the Wiki)
2. Anne Marie Bourcier (Thunderbird Summit Support)
3. Gervase Markham (Leadership Q&A Moderation Assistance)
4. Marcia Knous (Recruit New QA)
5. Blake Winton (Gear Organizer)
6. Burak Yiğit Kaya (Generic)
7. Mike Conley (Gear Organizer)
8. Christian Heilmann and Tristan Nitot (Evangelism Reps Training)
9. Julian Viereck (Assistance with Welcome Event)
10.Andrew Williamson (Meetup with Addon Editors on AMO)
11.Roland Tanglao (Assist with Welcome Event and help Jen with Wiki if more than one person is needed)
12.Michelle Marovich (Assist with Welcome Event, Support As Needed)
13.S Pillai(Volunteer coordinator (for those individuals who will be volunteering at the event) )
14. Tobias Leingruber (Brand Engagement) Title: "Firefox Flicks 2013 - Get involved!"
15. Eric Eitel Community Voices "15 Years of Mozilla"
16. Fabio Magnoni Firefox OS launch
17. Irving Reid Thunderbird community, Setup and Support
18. Alex Fowler Evolution of Mozilla Manifesto
19. Stacy Martin Manifesto Session and Privacy
20. Mounir Lamouri, Jan Varga, and Andrea Marchesini WebAPI Outreach
21. Andrei Hajdukewycz Thunderbird community & support, keeper of the firefox costume, or whatever else.
22. Anant Narayanan Help run the Apps track.
23. Gavin Sharp Social API feedback
24. Mark LaVine Daily communications lead / Wearer of the Firefox costume!
25. Andreas Nilsson Dress up as Firefox
26. Kai Engert Hacking NSS and PSM (C coders wanted)
28. Delphine Lebédel , European communities, WoMoz community
Indicate which Sessions you'd like to attend
Please let us know which talk you are interested in attending by including your name on the talk's wiki page under the category, 'Place your name here if you would like to attend this talk'. Please indicate which talks you would like to attend by August 3rd.