Mozilla Foundation Brown Bag Video

November 14, 2008 Comments Off on Mozilla Foundation Brown Bag Video

Two weeks agao, the Mozilla Foundation team did a lunch presentation for people in Mountain View. Asa has just posted (thanks!) a video version online:


The presentation overviews what the Foundation has been up to over the past few years plus likely activities for (early) 2009. There are slides (which you can’t really see in the video) on Slideshare:

IMHO, the audience conversation was way more interesting than us doing a presentation. Or, at least, more valuable from a Foundation perspective. We received a number of helpful ideas (a community think tank on emerging issues like data) and encouragements (try to include regular-users-backing-the-NYTimes-ad-style community engagement in how the Foundation works). A few people also expressed interest in helping to make these things happen. Very, very, very great.

As we embark on a vision and roadmap process for the Foundation, we’ll need more conversations like this. We should start lining up some variously time-zoned Air Mozilla slots and other sorts of conversations soon.

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