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Mozilla to FBI: Disclose Firefox Exploit - NewsFactor Network

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Mozilla to FBI: Disclose Firefox Exploit
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The mosquitoes that can spread Zika are already buzzing among us. The U.S. government could use some help figuring out exactly where. No experience is necessary for what the U.S. Department of Agriculture envisions as a nationwide experiment in ...

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Karl Dubost: Working AS a distributed team. No more remote workers

Mozilla planet - wo, 18/05/2016 - 08:09

When you say remoter workers, you already failed your intents of having an effective team. Companies setting up "friendly remote work environment" are most of the time failing at understanding the nature of the issues. The best way you can set up a distributed team is by forgetting about the workers and focusing on the work itself.

I'm working at Mozilla in the Web Compatibility Activity. I'm part of a now 4 persons team (Mozilla staff) and a couple of active contributors. For the Mozilla staff part:

  • Mike Taylor in Texas, USA
  • Hallvord Steen in Norway
  • Adam Stevenson in Ontario, Canada
  • Karl Dubost (myself) in Kanagawa, Japan
  • We have contributors in India, Japan, France, Romania, Brazil, Mexico, etc.

We are working together.

The most important part of creating a successful distributed team is when you stop thinking that there are remote workers in your team. You need to consider that the work can be done from anywhere by anyone competent for the job. This will give a good base for organizing the work in terms of process, protocols and tools to be productive and effective. That's the key, the only one.

Some tips:

  1. Choose open first: Opening a private discussion is a lot harder, than making a private comment on a discussion.
  2. Record Action Items: Have action items which are identifiable by all the team members you are working with (and broader when possible. See 1.). These items need an owner, an unambiguous actionable task, a target or context and a deadline.
  3. Record any meetings: When there is a meeting, write down detailed minutes on the spot. Give these minutes a unique and stable URI. The context might be useful for another team or a new employee later on.
  4. Share your work assets with others: Anything you produce, code, documents, etc. Give access to it. Share it as early as possible with again stable and public URIs.
  5. Share your worklog: This helps others to decide if they can request more things from you. This will help them to decide if they can make progress on their own job.
  6. Web Archived Mailing-Lists: Set your mailing-list archives in a way that makes it accessible to everyone (to the world if possible, to the entire company, and in some very rare contexts to only your team)

There are many others small tips to make this more effective, but these will go a long way in achieving your goals.

The amazing benefits of working that way is that it doesn't allow only for a distributed team, it makes the whole organization more robust by having a solid information flow management.

PS: I have been working in a distributed way at W3C, Opera and now Mozilla for the last 15 years. In my work history, I still consider the W3C (2000-2008) the best place for distributed work among staff. I don't know about W3C today.

Otsukare!

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Federal judge rejects Mozilla's bid forcing FBI to reveal Firefox flaw - VentureBeat

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SC Magazine

Federal judge rejects Mozilla's bid forcing FBI to reveal Firefox flaw
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(Reuters) – A federal judge has rejected Mozilla's request to force the U.S. government to disclose a vulnerability related to its Firefox web browser that the company says was exploited by the FBI to investigate users of a large child pornography website.
Judge denies request to compel FBI to disclose vulnerability to MozillaSC Magazine
Judge to Mozilla: Ask FBI for Firefox Vulnerability DetailsBankInfoSecurity.com
Judge won't force government to disclose vulnerability to MozillaThe Hill
eWeek -Linux Journal
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Maja Frydrychowicz: A Week of Reflection and Programming for Fun

Mozilla planet - wo, 18/05/2016 - 06:00

I recently got to spend a week back at the heart of an excellent delightful inspiring technical community: Recurse Center or RC. This friendly group consists mostly of programmers from around the world who have, at some point, participated in RC’s three-month “retreat” in New York City to work on whatever projects happen to interest them. The retreat’s motto is “never graduate”, and so participants continue to support each other’s technical growth and curiosity forever and ever.

I’m an RC alum from 2014! RC’s retreat is how I ended up contributing to open source software and eventually gathering the courage to join Mozilla. Before RC, despite already having thousands of hours of programming and fancy math under my belt, I held myself back with doubts about whether I’m a “real programmer”, whatever that stereotype means. That subconscious negativity hasn’t magically disappeared, but I’ve had a lot of good experiences in the past few years to help me manage it. Today, RC helps me stay excited about learning all the things for the sake of learning all the things.

A retreat at RC looks something like this: you put your life more-or-less on hold, move to NYC, and spend three months tinkering in a big, open office with around fifty fellow (thoughtful, kind, enthusiastic) programmers. During my 2014 retreat, I worked mostly on lowish-level networking things in Python, pair programmed on whatever else people happened to be working on, gave and received code review, chatted with wise “residents”, attended spontaneous workshops, presentations and so on.

Every May, alumni are invited to return to the RC space for a week, and this year I got to go! (Thanks, Mozilla!) It was awesome! Exclamation points! This past week felt like a tiny version of the 3-month retreat. After two years away, I felt right at home — that says a lot about the warm atmosphere RC manages to cultivate. My personal goal for the week was just to work in a language that’s relatively new to me - JavaScript - but I also happened to have really interesting conversations about things like:

  • How to implement a basic debugger?
  • How to improve the technical interview process?
  • What holds developers back or slows them down? What unnecessary assumptions do we have about our tools and their limitations?

RC’s retreat is a great environment for growing as a developer, but I don’t want to make it sound like it’s all effortless whimsy. Both the hardest and most wonderful part of RC (and many other groups) is being surrounded by extremely impressive, positive people who never seem to struggle with anything. It’s easy to slip into showing off our knowledge or to get distracted by measuring ourselves against our peers. Sometimes this is impostor syndrome. Sometimes it’s the myth of the 10x developer. RC puts a lot of effort into being a safe space where you can reveal your ignorance and ask questions, but insecurity can always be a challenge.

Similarly, the main benefit of RC is learning from your peers, but the usual ways of doing this seem to be geared toward people who are outgoing and think out loud. These are valuable skills, but when we focus on them exclusively we don’t hear from people who have different defaults. There is also little structure provided by RC so you are free to self-organize and exchange ideas as you deem appropriate. The risk is that quiet people are allowed to hide in their quiet corners, and then everyone misses out on their contributions. I think RC makes efforts to balance this out, but the overall lack of structure means you really have to take charge of how you learn from others. I’m definitely better at this than I used to be.

RC is an experiment and it’s always changing. Although at this point my involvement is mostly passive, I’m glad to be a part of it. I love that I’ve been able to work closely with vastly different people, getting an inside look at their work habits and ways of thinking. Now, long after my “never-graduation”, the RC community continues to expose me to a variety of ideas about technology and learning in a way that makes us all get better. Continuous improvement, yeah!

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Austin Joins Mozilla's Growing 'Hive' of Gigabit Cities - Route Fifty

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Austin Joins Mozilla's Growing 'Hive' of Gigabit Cities
Route Fifty
Now Mozilla, the nonprofit tech company best known for its Firefox browser, will offer $150,000 in grants to Austin technologies leveraging the local Google Fiber network and teach Web literacy in institutions like museums and libraries starting in August.

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Mozilla bid to intervene in U.S. child porn case rejected - Yahoo News

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Mozilla bid to intervene in U.S. child porn case rejected
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(Reuters) - A federal judge has rejected Mozilla Corp's request to force the U.S. government to disclose a vulnerability related to its Firefox web browser that the company says was exploited by the FBI to investigate users of a large child pornography ...
Judge denies request to compel FBI to disclose vulnerability to MozillaSC Magazine
Judge won't force government to disclose vulnerability to MozillaThe Hill
Mozilla Issues Legal Challenge to FBI to Disclose Firefox FlaweWeek
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Armen Zambrano: Schedule a Linux64 TaskCluster task from the command line

Mozilla planet - ti, 17/05/2016 - 22:57
I've created an experimental repository to play with TaskCluster scheduling using your personal temporary credentials.

If you want to try to schedule a real task from the command line feel free to give it a try:
https://github.com/armenzg/TC_developer_scheduling_experiments


Here's the output of scheduling a Linux64 debug task.
NOTE: It will not post to Treeherder
NOTE: It will open a new tab asking you to grant access to your TaskCluster temp credentials.

(TC_scheduling) armenzg@armenzg-thinkpad:~/repos/TC_developer_scheduling_experiments$ python schedule_linux64_task.py 
04:48:50 root Setting INFO level
04:48:50 mozci.taskcluster.tc We're going to open a new tab and authenticate you with TaskCluster.
-------------------------------------------------------
  Opening browser window to login.taskcluster.net
  Asking you to grant temporary credentials to:
     http://localhost:39025
-------------------------------------------------------
04:48:54 mozci.taskcluster.tc Inspect the task in https://tools.taskcluster.net/task-inspector/#bmt-5IqPTwmn8JrMzdofGg



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Mozilla bid to intervene in U.S. child porn case rejected - Yahoo Finance - Yahoo Finance UK

Nieuws verzameld via Google - ti, 17/05/2016 - 20:18

Mozilla bid to intervene in U.S. child porn case rejected - Yahoo Finance
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(Reuters) - A federal judge has rejected Mozilla Corp's request to force the U.S. government to disclose a vulnerability related to the Firefox web browser that the company says was exploited by the FBI to investigate users of a large and secretive ...

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Mozilla bid to intervene in US child porn case rejected - Reuters

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Reuters

Mozilla bid to intervene in US child porn case rejected
Reuters
A federal judge has rejected Mozilla Corp's request to force the U.S. government to disclose a vulnerability related to the Firefox web browser that the company says was exploited by the FBI to investigate users of a large and secretive child ...
Judge won't force government to disclose vulnerability to MozillaThe Hill
Judge denies request to compel FBI to disclose vulnerability to MozillaSC Magazine
Mozilla Issues Legal Challenge to FBI to Disclose Firefox FlaweWeek
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Mozilla expands gigabit community fund project to Austin, Texas - Neowin

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Neowin

Mozilla expands gigabit community fund project to Austin, Texas
Neowin
Mozilla has announced that it will provide $150,000 in funding for innovative projects based in Austin, Texas, which leverage a gigabit internet connection. Austin joins several other locations where Mozilla opened up a fund, including Chattanooga, TN ...
Mozilla to Help Fund 'Gigabit Hive' in AustinAustin Inno
Three KC organizations score Mozilla fundingKansas City Business Journal

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Air Mozilla: Connected Devices Weekly Program Update, 17 May 2016

Mozilla planet - ti, 17/05/2016 - 19:00

Connected Devices Weekly Program Update Weekly project updates from the Mozilla Connected Devices team.

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Mozilla to Help Fund 'Gigabit Hive' in Austin - Austin Inno

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Austin Inno

Mozilla to Help Fund 'Gigabit Hive' in Austin
Austin Inno
The way it works is Mozilla will give grant recipients $75,000 to take their products and deploy them in classrooms using gigabit speed. The program is looking for companies with at least a minimum viable product and be able to deploy their technology ...
Mozilla expands gigabit community fund project to Austin, TexasNeowin
Three KC organizations score Mozilla fundingKansas City Business Journal

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Mozilla Addons Blog: Add-on Compatibility for Firefox 48

Mozilla planet - ti, 17/05/2016 - 17:47

Firefox 48 will be released on August 2nd. Here’s the list of changes that went into this version that can affect add-on compatibility. There is more information available in Firefox 48 for Developers, so you should also give it a look.

General XPCOM and Modules New

Let me know in the comments if there’s anything missing or incorrect on these lists. If your add-on breaks on Firefox 48, I’d like to know.

The automatic compatibility validation and upgrade for add-ons on AMO will happen in a few weeks, so keep an eye on your email if you have an add-on listed on our site with its compatibility set to Firefox 47.

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Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer now trail Mozilla Firefox - BetaNews

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Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer now trail Mozilla Firefox
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Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are slowly but surely losing ground in the desktop space. In fact, according to web analytics company StatCounter, for the first time Mozilla Firefox has more usage share than the two other browsers combined ...
Mozilla Firefox Grabs Bigger Market Share Than Microsoft's Edge And IE ...Tech Times
Microsoft Browsers Can't Keep Up with Mozilla Firefox and Google ChromeSoftpedia News
Firefox usage overtakes Microsoft's IE and Edge desktop browsers globally for ...VentureBeat
Ars Technica -The Seattle Times -TechCrunch
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Mozilla Firefox Grabs Bigger Market Share Than Microsoft's Edge And IE ... - Tech Times

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Tech Times

Mozilla Firefox Grabs Bigger Market Share Than Microsoft's Edge And IE ...
Tech Times
Mozilla's Firefox has just narrowly edged out both Microsoft's Edge and Internet Explorer browsers in marketshare around the world. Even then though, Google's own Chrome browser blasts both of them out of the water with over 60 percent marketshare ...
Microsoft Browsers Can't Keep Up with Mozilla Firefox and Google ChromeSoftpedia News
Firefox usage overtakes Microsoft's IE and Edge desktop browsers globally for ...VentureBeat
Firefox tops Microsoft browser market share for first timeArs Technica
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Three KC organizations score Mozilla funding - Kansas City Business Journal

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Kansas City Business Journal

Three KC organizations score Mozilla funding
Kansas City Business Journal
The Gigabit Community Fund has awarded its latest round of grants, and three Kansas City-area organizations have received a total of $59,000. Mozilla, along with the National Science Foundation and US Ignite, created the fund to promote the exploration ...

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About:Community: Reinventing Mozilla on Campus

Mozilla planet - ti, 17/05/2016 - 15:28

Re-post from George Roter’s blog, “Reinventing Mozilla on Campus” .

Throughout history, University students, staff and professors have often shaped the leading edge of change and innovation. The history of the web is no different: the student-built Lynx browser was one of the first and Mosaic (Firefox’s distant ancestor!), pioneered by students and staff, opened the graphical web to millions.

I saw the impact that students and professors can make through my own experience at Engineers Without Borders Canada. Engineering students and professors on campuses across Canada and in Africa built remarkable ventures, reshaped curriculum, changed on-campus and government policy, and taught hundreds of thousands of young people about global development.

I fully believe in the potential of students, staff and professors on campuses around the world to have massive impact on Mozilla’s mission. As innovators, contributors and open web advocates. Engineers, scientists, lawyers, social scientists, economists and designers.

From what I know about my past experience and have heard in the past year working for Mozilla, our mission resonates tremendously with students and professors. The range of impact and involvement is considerable. Until now, we’ve only just scraped the surface of this potential.

We need to reinvent Mozilla on campus.

Our existing engagement on University campuses around the world is an assortment of largely disconnected programs and people. Firefox Student Ambassadors and Firefox Clubs. Mozilla Clubs. Code contribution by individual contributors. Maker Party. Mozilla Science Lab. Various professor and lab partnerships. Employee recruitment. Many of these are successful in their own right; there’s an opportunity learn from each of them, find connections, and imagine opportunity to scale their impact with a more coordinated approach.

Photo credit: Tanha Islam and Trisa Islam

The largest of these by student involvement, Firefox Student Ambassadors (FSAs) and Firefox Clubs, has been constrained by limited and variable employee support and a focus on marketing. Our student leaders have already been “hacking” this program to introduce advocacy, code contribution, support, localization, teaching and many other activities; official support for this has lagged.

Our team came into this year with a key hypothesis as part of our strategy: That we can supercharge participation with a reinvented campus program.

The Take Back the Web campus campaign focused on privacy and security has been our first effort to test this hypothesis. Already it’s showing great promise, with over 600 campus teams signed up (including hundreds of FSAs) to have impact in 3 areas. We’re focused on learning as much as we can from this campaign.

The campus campaign is a step toward reinvention. But I think it’s now time to take a step back to ask: What impact can we imagine with a coordinated effort on campuses around the world? What do students, staff and professors want and need to be involved with Mozilla’s mission? How might we evolve our existing programs? What programs and structures would we design, and how do they relate to one another? How can we invite people on campus to innovate with Mozilla?

These are the broad questions that will guide a process over the next 9 weeks. By July 15th we aim to have a clear articulation of the impact we can have, the programs we’ll invest in and how they relate to one another, and the opportunities for students, staff and professors to participate.

We’re hoping that this process of reinventing Mozilla on campus will be participatory, and we’re inviting many voices to contribute. Lucy Harris on the Participation Team will be stewarding this process and shaping the final options. Mark Surman, Mitchell Baker, Chris Lawrence, Katharina Borchert and I will be involved in making a final decision on the direction we take.

You can read more about the details of the process in this post, but let me summarize it and the opportunities you have to be involved:

Phase 1: Listening (May 16-27)

→ provide thoughts on existing programs and opportunities you see

Phase 2: Synthesis and options (May 27-June 10)

→ we’ll frame some tensions for you to weigh in on

→ we’ll shape a set of options for conversation during the London All Hands

Phase 3: Final input (June 10-24)

→ we’ll articulate a set of options for you to consider as we move forward, and will be diving deep into these and key questions during the Mozilla All Hands in London

Phase 4: Final Decision and Disseminate (June 24-July 15)

→ we’ll take all the input and decide on a direction for moving forward

Let me finish by reiterating the opportunity. University campuses are a hotbed of innovation and a locus for creating change. Mozilla can tap into this energy and catalyze involvement in unleashing the next wave of openness and opportunity in online life. Finally, our team is excited about helping to shape a direction we can take, and investing in a robust program of participation moving forward.

I’m excited for this journey of reinventing Mozilla on campus.

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Judge won't force government to disclose vulnerability to Mozilla - The Hill

Nieuws verzameld via Google - ti, 17/05/2016 - 15:23

eWeek

Judge won't force government to disclose vulnerability to Mozilla
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Federal judge Robert Bryan denied Mozilla's motion to intervene in a related criminal case in Washington involving a child pornography site. Mozilla believes a security vulnerability in its browser helped law enforcement track down the location of ...
Mozilla Issues Legal Challenge to FBI to Disclose Firefox FlaweWeek
The FBI and the Mozilla Foundation Lock Horns over Known Security HoleLinux Journal
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George Roter: Reinventing Mozilla on campus

Mozilla planet - ti, 17/05/2016 - 14:57

Throughout history, University students, staff and professors have often shaped the leading edge of change and innovation. The history of the web is no different: the student-built Lynx browser was one of the first and Mosaic (Firefox’s distant ancestor!), pioneered by students and staff, opened the graphical web to millions.

I saw the impact that students and professors can make through my own experience at Engineers Without Borders Canada. Engineering students and professors on campuses across Canada and in Africa built remarkable ventures, reshaped curriculum, changed on-campus and government policy, and taught hundreds of thousands of young people about global development.

I fully believe in the potential of students, staff and professors on campuses around the world to have massive impact on Mozilla’s mission. As innovators, contributors and open web advocates. Engineers, scientists, lawyers, social scientists, economists and designers.

From what I know about my past experience and have heard in the past year working for Mozilla, our mission resonates tremendously with students and professors. The range of impact and involvement is considerable. Until now, we’ve only just scraped the surface of this potential.

We need to reinvent Mozilla on campus.

Our existing engagement on University campuses around the world is an assortment of largely disconnected programs and people. Firefox Student Ambassadors and Firefox Clubs. Mozilla Clubs. Code contribution by individual contributors. Maker Party. Mozilla Science Lab. Various professor and lab partnerships. Employee recruitment. Many of these are successful in their own right; there’s an opportunity learn from each of them, find connections, and imagine opportunity to scale their impact with a more coordinated approach.

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Photo credit: Tanha Islam and Trisa Islam [1]

The largest of these by student involvement, Firefox Student Ambassadors (FSAs) and Firefox Clubs, has been constrained by limited and variable employee support and a focus on marketing. Our student leaders have already been “hacking” this program to introduce advocacy, code contribution, support, localization, teaching and many other activities; official support for this has lagged.

Our team came into this year with a key hypothesis as part of our strategy: That we can supercharge participation with a reinvented campus program.

The Take Back the Web campus campaign focused on privacy and security has been our first effort to test this hypothesis. Already it’s showing great promise, with over 600 campus teams signed up (including hundreds of FSAs) to have impact in 3 areas. We’re focused on learning as much as we can from this campaign.

The campus campaign is a step toward reinvention. But I think it’s now time to take a step back to ask: What impact can we imagine with a coordinated effort on campuses around the world? What do students, staff and professors want and need to be involved with Mozilla’s mission? How might we evolve our existing programs? What programs and structures would we design, and how do they relate to one another? How can we invite people on campus to innovate with Mozilla?

These are the broad questions that will guide a process over the next 9 weeks. By July 15th we aim to have a clear articulation of the impact we can have, the programs we’ll invest in and how they relate to one another, and the opportunities for students, staff and professors to participate.

We’re hoping that this process of reinventing Mozilla on campus will be participatory, and we’re inviting many voices to contribute. Lucy Harris on the Participation Team will be stewarding this process and shaping the final options. Mark Surman, Mitchell Baker, Chris Lawrence, Katharina Borchert and I will be involved in making a final decision on the direction we take.

You can read more about the details of the process in this post, but let me summarize it and the opportunities you have to be involved:

Phase 1: Listening (May 16-27)

→ provide thoughts on existing programs and opportunities you see

Phase 2: Synthesis and options (May 27-June 10)

→ we’ll frame some tensions for you to weigh in on

→ we’ll shape a set of options for conversation during the London All Hands

Phase 3: Final input (June 10-24)

→ we’ll articulate a set of options for you to consider as we move forward, and will be diving deep into these and key questions during the Mozilla All Hands in London

Phase 4: Final Decision and Disseminate (June 24-July 15)

→ we’ll take all the input and decide on a direction for moving forward

 

Let me finish by reiterating the opportunity. University campuses are a hotbed of innovation and a locus for creating change. Mozilla can tap into this energy and catalyze involvement in unleashing the next wave of openness and opportunity in online life. Finally, our team is excited about helping to shape a direction we can take, and investing in a robust program of participation moving forward.

I’m excited for this journey of reinventing Mozilla on campus.

 

[1] Photo credit: Tanha Islam and Trisa Islam


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Microsoft Browsers Can't Keep Up with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome - Softpedia News

Nieuws verzameld via Google - ti, 17/05/2016 - 13:39

Softpedia News

Microsoft Browsers Can't Keep Up with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome
Softpedia News
Microsoft introduced Edge browser in Windows 10 with much fanfare, hoping that this way the company can become more relevant in the browser business and have a strong competitor against the likes of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. And while ...
Firefox usage overtakes Microsoft's IE and Edge desktop browsers globally for ...VentureBeat
Firefox overtakes Microsoft's IE and Edge browsers, but Chrome continues to ...TechCrunch
Firefox is now more popular than Internet Explorer and Edge combinedTechRadar
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