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Welcome to the Mozilla Reps program wiki.
The program, also known by its codename ReMo, aims to empower and support volunteer Mozillians who want to become official representatives of Mozilla in their region/locale and wherever they go.

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Overview

Community is the backbone of the Mozilla project. As the Mozilla project grows in scope and scale, community needs to be strengthened and empowered accordingly. This is the central aim of the Mozilla Reps program: to empower and to help push responsibility to the edges in order to help the Mozilla contributor base grow.

The Mozilla Reps program provides a simple framework and specific tools to help volunteer Mozillians become official representatives of Mozilla in their region. Anyone who is passionate and knowledgeable about Mozilla and who is ready to dive deeper into the project can sign-up to the program. The Mozilla Reps program helps push responsibility and authority further outwards, to more Mozillians, making it much easier for volunteers to organize and/or attend events, recruit and mentor new contributors, and better support their local communities.

When joining the program, a Mozilla Rep agrees to take on the following responsibilities:

  • represent Mozilla in their country/region
  • promote the Mozilla Project and our mission
  • build on and support existing/future local community efforts and programs
  • inspire, recruit and support new contributors
  • support and mentor future Mozilla Reps
  • document clearly all his/her activities

An open and community-driven program

The Mozilla Reps program is open to anyone who is:

  • passionate about the Mozilla Project
  • knowledgeable of the Mozilla organization, its mission, its products and its community
  • willing to communicate to as many people as possible and keen to inspire people to contribute to Mozilla

Although anyone can sign-up to become a Mozilla Rep, that doesn't mean you automatically become a Mozilla Rep after submitting your application. Because Mozilla Reps are entrusted with new responsibilities and special tools to speak on Mozilla's behalf, to manage budgets, events and swag, each application is carefully reviewed by the Mozilla Rep council and each applicant, if shortlisted, must pass a short interview before offically becoming a Mozilla Rep.

ReMo Application Process

Anyone applying to become a Mozilla Rep goes through three easy steps before officially becoming a Rep. Learn more about the application process.

ReMo Tools and Resources

To make it easier, faster and more efficient to organize/participate in events, to obtain sponsorship for Mozilla-related travel and to order/customize swag, Mozilla Reps have a specific set of tools and resources at their disposal.

Find out more about ReMo tools and resources.

ReMo Events

See ReMo Events Calendar

Structure and Governance

The Mozilla Reps program is a community-driven program that empowers hundreds of Mozillians around the world. It is managed by Mozillians (volunteers and paid staff) for Mozillians. The program's organizational structure ensures that the program runs efficiently, transparently, and in a participative/collaborative way.

Learn more about the structure and governance of the ReMo program.

Mozilla Reps Task Forces

To manage the wide range of activities of the program, special Mozilla Reps Task Forces have been set up.

Tracking Progress

The Mozilla Reps program is a work in progress and constantly evolving/improving thanks to its open and participatory nature. All Mozilla Reps are actively encouraged to participate in the design and planning of the program by regularly checking and updating the ReMo Planning Wiki.

Contact

If you have a specific question or if you just want to learn more about the program, one of the members of the Mozilla Reps council at reps-council [AT] mozilla [DOT] com

You're also strongly encouraged to reach out to other Mozilla Reps for any questions you may have or ideas you may want to share:

  • IRC You can join us on these channels on irc.mozilla.org
    • #remo General Channel for ReMo (will be used as our main one)
    • #remo-dev Channel on planning and deploying ReMo
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  • Mailing Lists
    • Reps-general General mailing list of Mozilla Reps
    • Reps-webdev WedDev and Infrastructure planning and building mailing list
    • Reps-mentors Mentors mailing list used by Mozilla Rep mentors to exchange tips and best practices

IMPORTANT: please read the mailing list policy carefully before writing a message on the list