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MozCamp EU Proposal

Title of Session:
State of Firefox OS

Vivien Nicolas & Mounir Lamouri

Are you paid or volunteer staff?:

Area of Contribution (Team Name):
B2G/Gaia & Web API

How are you currently involved with the community?:
Members of the French community, In love with the Senegalese and Tunisian communities, .... Work with contributors all over the world.

Location of Work (where do you reside?):

Talk Length (please choose between 30, 60, 90, 120 minutes):
60 minutes.

Firefox OS is a huge project. It is composed of technicals bits as well as strategic bits and it is very complicated to follow everything that happens from the external (and sometimes from the internal too!).

A log of the presentation will be dedicate to the things that has been done on the technical side since last august and how it looks like today.

I would like to give some place to explain the stategy and what are our partnerships? What will be shipped in Brazil? ....

Mounir and I have presented B2G last year at the same MozCamp and I would like to present what has been achieved during this year.

How your session furthers the MozCamp Goals (
B2G and Apps.

It gives an overview of the project. What difficulties are encountered. How we are changing the web. What will happens. Lots of information there.

Expected Outcome or Deliverable:
Inform/Involve people about the project.

Desired Audience Type or Skill-set:
From developers to localizers. No special skills are needed even if there will be some more technicals parts when it comes to APIs.

To Be Completed by the Audience

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Place your name here if you would like to attend this talk:

  • Philipp Kewisch
  • Serge Gautherie
  • Matthias Versen
  • Ziggy Maes
  • Kai Engert
  • Paolo Amadini
  • Julia Buchner
  • Blake Winton
  • Michael Kohler :mkohler
  • Robert Kaiser
  • Anas Husseini
  • Henrik Mitsch
  • Szabolcs Hubai
  • Tom Schuster
  • Théo Chevalier
  • Henrik Skupin
  • Markus Stange
  • Giorgio Maone