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Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

Time Session Name/Title
All Day Arrivals / Open Time / Welcome Pack Pick-up
6:00pm Welcome Reception

Friday, October 4th, 2013

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NOTE: All Brussels-based Summit activities, other than offsite social events, will take place at The Square meeting center - Mont des Arts 1000 Brussels, Belgium.


Day one will give us a chance to look at the big picture of Mozilla; who we are, what we believe in, and what are the major themes we need to pay attention to today.

Time Sesson Name/Title Details Speaker / wiki page
7:30am Breakfast in hotels
9:00am Nature of Mozilla A fresh look at who we are, what we believe, and how we work Mitchell Baker (live in Brussels, recorded in TO and SC)
9:45am Break
10:00am Envisioned Future State Where do we want Mozilla and the Web to be in 10 years? Pete Scanlon/Andreas Gal (BR), Mark Surman/Jay Sullivan (TO), Brendan Eich/Harvey Anderson (SC)
11:00am World Fair Circulate amongst small stands showcasing Mozilla communities from around the world Summit2013/FAQ#Fairs_and_Open_Sessions
11:00am Lunch Lunch will run concurrent with the Fair
1:00pm Supporting Sessions 1 A series of sessions on key themes selected by Summit Assembly Delegates facilitated by people across the Mozillian community. Each session will happen in all three cities and will run twice so you can attend two. Time slots are 1:00pm and 2:45pm Summit2013/Sessions
2:45pm Supporting Sessions 2 1pm Sessions repeat with new audience Summit2013/Sessions
4:00pm Break
4:30pm Framing the Future: a conversation Using a shared etherpad + panel, participants will have a chance to reflect on the day and feed into the agenda for the rest of the Summit https://mozmoderator.org
5:15pm Group Photo
5:45pm Social Events/Open Time https://wiki.mozilla.org/Summit2013/Experiences/signups
7:30pm Firefox OS Dinner

Saturday, October 5th, 2013

Day two will focus on the current environment, concrete strategy, and the things we need to build.

Time Sesson Name/Title Details Speaker / wiki page
7:30am Breakfast in hotels
9:00am Health of the Web Report A look at current threats and trends on the Web Patrick Finch (BR), John Jensen/Jim Cook (TO), Harvey Anderson (SC)
9:45am Culture Pulse A conversation about Mozilla's culture and values. Pete Scanlon (BR), Debbie Cohen (TO), Dino Anderson (SC)
10:15am Break
10:30am Near Term Strategy and the Products we Build Conversation about our near-term strategy and a demo of upcoming products Andreas Gal (BR), Jay Sullivan (TO), Brendan Eich (SC) w/ demos from product leads.
11:30am Innovation Fair A chance to tour and play around amidst a bazaar of Mozilla products and technology. Booths hosted by Mozillians across the community Summit2013/FAQ#Fairs and Open Sessions - NOTE: this is awesome, early stage, experimental stuff that is not for public sharing at this time -- please do not tweet.
11:30am Lunch Lunch will run concurrent with the Fair
1:30pm Supporting Sessions / Open Sessions (running simultaneously) Supporting Sessions are pre-scheduled, small group sessions focused on Mozilla products, technology, and programs. Some of these sessions will happen in all three locations, some in just one
Open Sessions are sessions proposed by delegates and participants. Have a session to propose? Check the wiki page for instructions.
Sessions: Summit2013/Sessions
3:30pm Break
4:00pm Supporting Sessions / Open Sessions (running simultaneously) Supporting Sessions are pre-scheduled, small group sessions focused on Mozilla products, technology, and programs. Some of these sessions will happen in all three locations, some in just one.
Open Sessions are sessions proposed by delegates and participants. Have a session to propose? Check the wiki page for instructions.
Sessions: Summit2013/Sessions
6:00pm World Fare Dinner Taste a variety of foods from around the world
7:30pm Social Events/Open Time Summit2013/Experiences/signups

Sunday, October 6th, 2013

Day three is about consolidating thinking, building a plan, and learning to work together better. By the end of the day, we should all have moved from "I have a dream" to "I have a plan."

Time Sesson Name/Title Details Speaker / wiki page
7:30am Breakfast in hotels
9:00am Welcome
9:30am Co-creating Action Plans All participants work in small groups according to your Mozilla focus and goals. Summit2013/ActionPlans
12:00pm Lunch
1:15pm Supporting Sessions / Open Sessions (running simultaneously) Supporting Sessions are pre-scheduled, small group sessions focused on Mozilla products, technology, and programs. Some of these sessions will happen in all three locations, some in just one. Open Sessions are sessions proposed by delegates and participants. Have a session to propose? http://mzl.la/summit2013-fairs. *Sessions: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Summit2013/Sessions
2:30pm Break
3:00pm Open Sessions Sessions proposed by delegates and participants. Have a session to propose? http://mzl.la/summit2013-fairs https://wiki.mozilla.org/Summit2013/FAQ#What_are_.E2.80.9COpen_Sessions.E2.80.9D.3F
4:15pm Closing Making our vision real. Leaders from across Mozilla lead a reflection on our three days together and help us consolidate our plans going forward
5:00pm Social Events / Open Time Summit2013/Experiences/signups
6:30pm Dinner and Dance Party Oh yes!

Monday, October 7th, 2013

Time Session Name/Title
7:30am Breakfast
All Day Departures / Open Time