WeeklyUpdates/2017-05-15

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  • Every Monday @ 11:00am Pacific Time (19:00 UTC)
  • https://air.mozilla.org/channels/project-meeting/ to watch and listen
  • join irc.mozilla.org #airmozilla for backchannel discussion
  • Presenters only: Vidyo room "Brownbags". Do not use this room if you're not planning to speak.
  • Dial-in: conference# 8600
    • People with Mozilla phones or softphones please dial x2000 Conf# 8600
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    • UK/London: +44 (0)207 855 3000, x2000 Conf# 8600
    • FR/Paris: +33 1 84 88 37 37, x2000 Conf# 8600
    • sip:conf8600@mozilla.com or, for some clients, sip:conf8600@anonsip.scl3.mozilla.com (may not work for all rooms)
    • Gmail Chat (requires Flash and the Google Talk plugin): paste +1 650 903 0800 into the Gmail Chat box that doesn't look like it accepts phone numbers
    • SkypeOut is free if you use the 800 number
    • If you plan on presenting, please join the Vidyo BrownBags 20 minutes prior to the start of the meeting and announce to the A/V Technicians that you will be speaking so that they can confirm your Audio and Video.

All-hands Status Meeting Agenda

Items in this section will be shared during the live all-hand status meeting.

Friends of Mozilla Friends of Mozilla

  • Thanks to all the Tech Speakers who gathered in Tirana, Albania for OSCAL (Open Source Conf Albania) this past weekend to present Firefox, Mozilla and the open web. Also props to Gloria who spoke at Women Techmakers in Thessaloniki; Jan-Erik, speaking at DevRoadshow Dusseldorf; Ram at VR Camp, Swecha; Yuliana, at Free Code Camp in Mexico City --- and everyone else out and about speaking.
  • Thank you to Mike Poessey and Service Desk for going above and beyond in getting laptops to our upcoming Outreachy cohort. You're a hero!

Upcoming Events

This Week

Monday, 15 May

Tuesday, 16 May

  • Good First Bugs & WebExtensions Triage
    • Good First Bugs triage at 17:00 UTC/10:00am Pacific; WebExtensions APIs triage at 17:30 UTC/10:30am Pacific in ACE Vidyo Room
    • Join the add-ons team to discuss design-decision-needed WebExtensions APIs and WebExtensions Experiments.
    • To submit a WebExtensions Experiment for discussion, please open an issue on the web-ext-experiments github repo.

Wednesday, 17 May

  • Homebrew Website Club Meetup (nearly every Wednesday somewhere)
    Be a part of the open web with your own website.
    • Berlin (GERMANY),
      Nürnberg (GERMANY),
      Bellingham (WA),
      San Francisco (@MozSF commons hosted by Tantek)
    • 17:30-18:30 Quiet Writing Hour, finish that blog post, wiki edit, etc.!
    • 18:30-19:30 IndieWeb meetup, demos, & hack night

      Create or update your personal web site!
      Share what you've gotten working.

      Join a community with like-minded interests.
      Bring friends that want a personal site!

      Any questions? See the wiki page for details
      or join IRC: https://indieweb.org/discuss

Thursday, 18 May

Friday, 19 May

Saturday, 20 May

IndieWebCamp Nürnberg, GERMANY

The importance of owning your data is getting more awareness. To grow it and help people gettings started, we're meeting for a bar-camp like collaboration in Nuremberg for two days of brainstorming, working, teaching, helping.

Join us during the Nuremberg Web Week 2017 and learn how to use open web technologies to empower and – maybe more importantly – encourage users to own their own content and identities on the web.

Sunday, 21 May

IndieWebCamp Nürnberg day two! (See above for details)

Next Week

Speakers

The limit is 3 minutes per topic. It's like a lightning talk, but don't feel that you have to have slides in order to make a presentation. If you plan on showing a video, you need to contact the Air Mozilla team before the day of the meeting or you will be deferred to the next week. The meeting is streamed in a 4:3 format in order to allow for split screen. If your slides are 16:9 "widescreen" format, please indicate in the "Sharing" column below.

Presenter Title Topic Location Sharing Media More Details
Who Are You? What Do You Do? What are you going to talk about? Where are you presenting from? (Moz Space, your house, space) Will you be sharing your screen? (yes/no, 4:3 or 16:9) Links to slides or images you want displayed on screen Link to where audience can find out more information
Brett Gaylor Commissioning Editor, Mozilla Advocacy Paperstorm! Remotely Yes https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1nbI2WeHzH8KbArUi4GkyRAi78QMDfkwX1yRwzO2hwZc/edit#slide=id.p Blog post
John Gruen Test Pilot PM Test Pilot + Screenshots New York City Yes! no no
Pocket Team Pocket Product Pocket Weekly Update Pocket HQ (San Francisco) No Slides

Welcome!

Let's say hello to some new Mozillians! If you are not able to join the meeting live, you can add a link to a short video introducing yourself.

Who is being introduced? Who are you? (the introducer) Where are you doing the introduction? Where are they from? How will they be part of Mozilla?
Miriam Avery Sean White Mountain View Mountain View Emerging Technologies

Fireside Chat

A chance to hear from leadership at Mozilla, and have a short Q&A about a specific topic.

This Week

Sean Rich - Sr. Director Application Services

Heather Crince - Sr. Product Manager, Business Intelligence

Rebecca Weiss - Manager, Product Data Science

Matt Grimes - Manager, Firefox Strategy & Insights

Topics

The Mozilla Data Collective - a portal where Mozillians can discover, access, engage and share data, reports, & actionable insights

Building a successful data-informed organization means making the right data available to everyone, making it easier it is to access that data, making data more likely to be used. Ultimately data becomes part of daily behavior as we are able to consult and trust the data to drive decisions and action. Transparency in collected and analyzed data contributes to more effective resources, improved productivity and growing Firefox in the future. Mozilla Data Collective is focused to enable Mozillians with the ability to effectively discover, access, engage and share data from across the organization; continuing our data-informed journey.

You can submit questions in advance on the Moderator page, or ask them live on Air Mozilla using a Mozilla Space mic or in #airmozilla on IRC.