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The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community
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The History and Status of Mozilla Korean Community

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  1. The history and activities of Mozilla Korean Communuty Seokchan Yun Mozilla Korean Community http://www.mozilla.or.kr
  2. 尹錫璨 Seokchan (Channy) Yun • Daum.net (2nd Korean Internet Portal, 2004~) I have been at R&D Institute since 2004 Supporting Daum Open APIs and 3rd Party Developers (dna.daum.net) Working at Jeju Island Office (150 / 900 employee) 2
  3. • Channy’s Blog (2003~) Subject: Firefox, Web 2.0, Web Standards, Open APIs Subscribers: over 6,000 people • Mozilla Korean Communuty (2002~) 3
  4. 1. The History of MoKoCo
  5. 1998. Mozilla Source Code • I was interested in Mozilla source code. • But, I was busy for long milestone period. 5
  6. about:credits - L10n and CJK printing code - Now, CD Networks CTO - Dev of platform core and i18n code - Now, Google HQ 6
  7. 2000~ CHOI’s l10n Kit “Choi’s i10n work for Mozilla 0.9.2.” 7
  8. 2002~ mozilla.pe.kr My first work – Mozilla 1.0 Korean Localization for me “I made mine and used too.” 8
  9. 2004~ mozilla.or.kr From personal site to community “Gradual increasing of Firebird (Firefox) users” 9
  10. • Very hard time Released Mozilla Application Suite, Firefox and Thunderbird in every 3 months at the same time. L10n work ▶Build ▶ Upload to official FTP Some volunteers for QA of each O/S (Linux, Mac) • Developing Community (2003~2004) Opening Mozilla Forum Opening MozillaZine Korean Web Standards Evangelism (Starting point of Korean Web Standards activit) 10
  11. Mozilla Firefox 1.0 11
  12. MozParty 2 (Firefox 1.0 Release) Dec. 4th, 2004 12
  13. • Increasing Volunteers Korean extension site (http://update.mozilla.or.kr) Thunderbird Peer (金貞均, oops) Translation QA (朴燦奎, sushizang) Help translation (朴寅煥, inhwan) • Increasing community members 2003- 120 people, 2004- 760, 2005- 810 2006- 1,020 13
  14. 2005~ mozilla.org Design 14
  15. Firefox Party (Firefox 2.0 Release) Dec 2th, 2006 15
  16. 2007~ mozilla.com Design 16
  17. Firefox Annual Party Dec 17th , 2007 17
  18. 2. Who are Korean Users?
  19. Daum.net / UV 11 millions per day 19
  20. Tistory.com / UV 2 millions per day 20
  21. Allblog.net / UV 100,000 per day 21
  22. Daum DNA / UV 6,000 per day 22
  23. Characteristics • Trends of user increasing “Viral marketing” amang famous bloggers since 2004 “Developer tools” among web engineers “Expert users” in general • A number of estimates users 100,000~150,000 (0.5% of Korean Internet users) 40~50% of expert bloggers 23
  24. Gap • Cultural gap Between expert bloggers(0.2~0.3 millions) and portal bloggers (3 millions) Firefox users = Geek culture • Usage gap Resistance of install of new program (Most people think IE = Internet) IE-dependant web sites required Active X plugin. 24
  25. 3. Why is Small?
  26. Factors • Outer Factors Leering IE-dependant after Browser War Not to change to standards methodology because of IE’s backward compatibility Absence of reeducation and self-development of web developers • Inner Factors Rapid broadband penetration – Web has changed entertainment or service oriented. Requirement of rich functions with plug-in technology Take a serious view of efficiency rather than accessibility 26
  27. IE dependant sites 27
  28. Problem1. Non standards • Critical point W3C DOM vs. MS DOM document.all -> document.getElementByID Microsoft Jscript Character code : EUC-KR vs. UTF-8 • Plug-in point Misusages of Flash technology Windows Media Player plug-in Non standards <object> - not to access video contents 28
  29. 29
  30. Problem 2. ActiveX • The stern realities Over 30 Active X Plugins installed in general PCs Hybrid development : Web page + Plug-in Top market of VeriSign Code Signing Certificate • Factors Fast building of National PKI system : IE Active X Plug-in Easy download of Active X : High broadband network. Application based web : Enterprise Intranet Entertainment based web : Online game, Chatting • Providers of ActiveX plug-in NPKI: Internet banking, cyber trading, insurance, credit card processing, and E-gov. Entertainment: Game, chatting and messaging, DRM 30
  31. 4. Web Standards Activities
  32. 1. Standards Forum (2004~) 32
  33. 2. Standards Guide (2004~) 33
  34. 3. Naver Bug Day (2006) 34
  35. Outer activities • Active Web Standards Communities Web Standards Korea – http://webstandards.or.kr CSS Design Korea – http://forum.standardmag.org KWAG – http://kwag.net (Accessiblity) • OpenWeb.or.kr Legal action against Active X technology in public area and fair trading issues in other browsers. Suggestions of alternative technology instead of Active X • Many books over 10 including translation. 35
  36. 5. The status of Community and Future
  37. Mozilla Local Ecosystem 10 – Products & QA Managers 105 – Contributors in each areas 3,800 – Forum members ~100,000 – Firefox users
  38. Community Lead • Product Management Browser/mail/toolkit owner: 2 persons Translation QA, each O/S QA : 5 persons MozillaZine translation and Forum : 3 persons • Contributors Addons translations – kmozup 12 persons MDC translations - mdckorea 67 persons • Forum users http://forums.mozilla.or.kr Total 3,810 persons 38
  39. Mozilla Korean Community http://www.mozilla.or.kr 39
  40. Mozilla Add-ons http://addons.mozilla.org/ko 40
  41. Mozilla Developer Center http://developer.mozilla.org/ko 41
  42. Mozilla Support http://support.mozilla.com/ko/kb 42
  43. Local Community • 모질라 한국 공식 홈페이지 http://www.mozilla.or.kr (공식 배포) http://groups.google.com/group/mozillakorea (포럼) • 모질라 사용자 커뮤니티 http://forums.mozilla.or.kr (포럼) • 모질라 부가 기능 (Mozilla Addons) http://addons.mozilla.org/ko/firefox/ (공식 배포) http://update.mozilla.or.kr/ (자체 운영) • 모질라 개발자 센터 (Mozilla Developer Center) http://developer.mozilla.org/ko/ http://groups.google.com/group/mdckorea (포럼) 43
  44. Firefox 3 Marketing • Firefox 3 Party (June) • Customization Builds – Naver, Daum (July) • Free Firefox Guide (August) • University Campus Campaign (September) 44
  45. From Mitchell Baker’s Presentation in OSCON 2007 45
  46. From Mitchell Baker’s Presentation in OSCON 2007 46
  47. Thanks for Attention : Q&A Seokchan (Channy) Yun • channy@mozilla.or.kr • http://channy.creation.net

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