This is an email boilerplate for helping a new web developer at Mozilla get up and running quickly.
Getting Started as a Web Dev at Mozilla
Here are links and information that will help you get your bearings: == Meetings == Monday @ 11am - Weekly Company Meeting * Mozilla Foundation; publicly accessible at http://air.mozilla.com * Mozilla Corporation; privately accessible (LDAP auth required) at https://intranet.mozilla.org/airmozilla/ Every other Tuesday @ 11am - Web Dev Team Meeting == IRC == irc.mozilla.org - Most discussions take place in the open. Security topics take elsewhere. #webdev - Web dev group == Websites == "Webdev Bootcamp" -- A collection of documents to help you find your way around web development at Mozilla. http://mozweb.readthedocs.org/ Mozilla Public Wiki - This contains all of the wiki information available to the public. It's a massive data source for all public facing projects at Mozilla. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Main_Page Mozilla Internal Wiki - This contains a lot of the important information that you will need to know at Mozilla. Benefits, payroll, phonebook, internal meetings, travel, etc can all be found here (LDAP required). https://intranet.mozilla.org/ Bugzilla - Your new best friend. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/ http://blog.johnath.com/2010/02/04/bugzilla-for-humans/ AirMozilla - Where company public meetings can be viewed remotely. Brown bags are often shown here as well. http://air.mozilla.com/ Zimbra - LDAP required - Where you will get email / calendar, etc: https://mail.mozilla.com/zimbra/ Github - Mozilla's github presence http://github.com/mozilla Subversion - Mozilla's svn presence http://svn.mozilla.org/ Phonebook - A company directory of all employees and contractors (LDAP required). https://ldap.mozilla.org/phonebook/ Websites - A list of all of the public Mozilla properties http://www.mozilla.org/community/directory.html Processes - A list of the processes that the web development team follows: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Websites/Processes