Mozilla Reps Program

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Mozilla Reps Program

  1. 1. ReMo Program Robert “Bob” Reyes Mozilla Rep (PHL), Mozilla Reps Mentor, & Mozilla Reps Council Member
  2. 2. What my friends thought my job is …
  3. 3. What I really do … • Aviation Professional since Nov 1998 • Mozilla Representative since Jun 2011 • Educator, Pianist, Photographer, Hobby Blogger, Gadgeteer, & 101% Pinoy • Dad of Robyn Andi Xeon
  4. 4. What is the Mozilla Reps Program? A global program that aims to empower Mozillians who want to represent Mozilla in their region & represent their region in Mozilla.
  5. 5. What is the Mozilla Reps Program? • A simple, structured framework • Providing simple but powerful tools • Anyone can apply • Represent Mozilla in their country/region • Work closely with project teams (via Stewards) • Promote the Mozilla Project & its Mission • Inspire, recruit & support new contributors
  6. 6. Open Community Driven Documented
  7. 7. Program Structure
  8. 8. Program Structure REPS COUNCIL
  9. 9. Program Structure REPS MENTORS
  10. 10. Program Structure MOZILLA REPS
  11. 11. ReMo Program Statistics • 382 Mozilla Reps worldwide (only 3.6% are Pinoys) • 375 events in 2012 • that’s around 1.3 events per day • 23% of which were hosted in the PHL • 38 Mozilla Reps Mentors worldwide • Interviewing applicants • Mentoring new Reps
  12. 12. Mozilla Reps Portal
  13. 13. Leveraging the power of Mozilla Reps
  14. 14. How can Mozilla Reps be a transformative program for Mozilla? Comms IT Marketing QA SuMo Students
  15. 15. Be active in the Mozilla Community first … then sign-up! http://mzl.la/joinremo
  16. 16. Firefox Student Ambassadors Program [look for Kim Domanog or any Mozilla Rep]
  17. 17. Robert “Bob” Reyes bob@mozillaph.org www.mozillaph.org @bobreyes

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