MozFdn March 2010 status update
March 29, 2010 § 5 Comments
As we near the end of Q1 2010, we are starting to see good early results from Drumbeat and other Mozilla engagement efforts. For example, the first P2PU Open Web course has started and our first Drumbeat local events have took place in Rio and Sao Paulo with a bang. This is in large part due to amazing community members who have already stepped forward to share ideas, lead projects and organize events, especially in Europe and Brasil.
Of course, we’re still at the seedling stage. We now need to move to a place where large numbers of people can participate in Drumbeat, and where it’s easy and obvious for almost anyone on the web to ‘support Mozilla’ with their to time or donation. While these next steps will require even more work, I’m increasingly confident that we can succeed if we continue to push and grow the community as we have over the past three months.
My March Mozilla Foundation status update provides a detailed overview on all of this, both progress to date and challenges ahead. It uses the same slidecast format that I started with my January update. Here it is:
This slidecast offers slightly shorter version of info presented at our most recent board meeting. I’ll continue to provide these updates every two months, following the board meeting schedule. Comments welcomed here on my blog or by email.