Email is essential. Let’s make it great.       An Introduction to Mozilla Messaging                              David Asc...
Why am I here?     • To introduce Mozilla     • To discuss the current email &        messaging challenges     • To share ...
Core Belief      The Mozilla project is a global community      of people who believe that openness,      innovation, and ...
A short history 2000             Mozilla Foundation 2005 2008             Mozilla Corporation                  Mozilla Mes...
Focus and Scope               Mozilla Foundation (MoFo)                ❖ Everything elseMozilla Corp (MoCo)         Mozill...
Expectation Reset    • Mozilla is a public benefit organization    • Driven by non-financial outcomes    • Use the tools o...
What’s the problem with “email”?                          Instant Messaging           News                             Hom...
What’s the problem with “email”?                          Instant Messaging      THIS DOES           News                 ...
How did we get here?    • Email design predates current internet       architecture    • Email was “solved”, consolidated,...
Still        • Messaging is still key to the user          experience of the internet        • It needs to be:         ❖  ...
So?
The Mozilla Manifesto    1. The Internet is an integral part of modern       life ― a key component in education,       co...
How can Mozilla help?    • We make superior products    • We make them free    • We encourage global participation       a...
We could let “the market” decide    • History lessons:       ❖   Dark years of the web       ❖   Telecom       ❖   Copyrig...
Thunderbird Today   •   Desktop email/news/RSS client   •   Open source project   •   Windows/Linux/Mac   •   37 languages...
Who loves Thunderbird?   •   Mozilla fans   •   IT orgs with open source strategies       • Especially outside North Ameri...
What should Thunderbird do?                                       ...  •   Think broader than email         ???  •   Prior...
Next Stop: Thunderbird 3      Planned features      ❖   Integrated calendaring      ❖   Better search      ❖   Faster Work...
After that?     • More interactions with cloud services     • Always improve user experience     • Mobile, Web plans
How will we do this?    • Innovation recipe:       ❖   Build agile platform       ❖   Promote experimentation       ❖   Id...
Interested?    • Our ability to succeed will depend on       your willingness to help    • Why join the Mozilla community?...
The Mozilla Manifesto    4. Individuals’ security on the Internet is       fundamental and cannot be treated as       opti...
The Mozilla Manifesto    6. The effectiveness of the Internet as a       public resource depends upon       interoperabili...
The Mozilla Manifesto    9. Commercial involvement in the       development of the Internet       brings many benefits; a ...
Synopsis    The Manifesto = beliefs.    The strategy: building the best product possible    and gain influence via our use...
How to participate     •   Report bugs, help clean up bugs     •   Code     •   Extensions     •   Advocacy     •   Educat...
Discussion     Questions?                  david@mozillamessaging.com                              creatures from fasticon...
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"Mozilla Messaging and Thunderbird - why and how" by David Ascher @ eLiberatica 2008

  1. 1. Email is essential. Let’s make it great. An Introduction to Mozilla Messaging David Ascher david@mozillamessaging.com
  2. 2. Why am I here? • To introduce Mozilla • To discuss the current email & messaging challenges • To share the Thunderbird vision • To listen and learn
  3. 3. Core Belief The Mozilla project is a global community of people who believe that openness, innovation, and opportunity are key to the continued health of the Internet.
  4. 4. A short history 2000 Mozilla Foundation 2005 2008 Mozilla Corporation Mozilla Messaging
  5. 5. Focus and Scope Mozilla Foundation (MoFo) ❖ Everything elseMozilla Corp (MoCo) Mozilla Messaging (MoMo) ❖ Web standards ❖ Email & Calendaring ❖ Web Privacy standards ❖ Email privacy ❖ Weave ❖ Mobile messaging ❖ Prism ❖ ❖ Calendaring Mobile web ❖ IM, etc.
  6. 6. Expectation Reset • Mozilla is a public benefit organization • Driven by non-financial outcomes • Use the tools of business and markets to further our agenda
  7. 7. What’s the problem with “email”? Instant Messaging News Home Email Email Twitter Web Forums Work Email Pownce JaikuRSS/Atom MySpace PulseAtom Pub Facebook FriendFeed LinkedIn Xing VoIP Voicemail SMS
  8. 8. What’s the problem with “email”? Instant Messaging THIS DOES News Email Home Email Twitter NOT FIT OUR Web ForumsRSS/Atom MySpaceAtom Pub Work Email Facebook Pownce Jaiku FriendFeed Pulse BRAINS! LinkedIn Xing VoIP Voicemail SMS
  9. 9. How did we get here? • Email design predates current internet architecture • Email was “solved”, consolidated, dead. • The Web is changing everything ❖ Economies of clouds & services ❖ Monetization strategies ❖ Social graphs and Identity crisis
  10. 10. Still • Messaging is still key to the user experience of the internet • It needs to be: ❖ Open, competitive, interoperable, secure ❖ More effective ❖ Less stressful ❖ Fun again!
  11. 11. So?
  12. 12. The Mozilla Manifesto 1. The Internet is an integral part of modern life ― a key component in education, communication, collaboration, business, entertainment and society as a whole 2. The Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible. 3. The Internet should enrich the lives of individual human beings.
  13. 13. How can Mozilla help? • We make superior products • We make them free • We encourage global participation at every stage, in every area. • We enable ecosystems of ❖ innovation ❖ business
  14. 14. We could let “the market” decide • History lessons: ❖ Dark years of the web ❖ Telecom ❖ Copyright • If Firefox is any model, this could be fun!
  15. 15. Thunderbird Today • Desktop email/news/RSS client • Open source project • Windows/Linux/Mac • 37 languages, 5-10M users • Built on the same platform as Firefox
  16. 16. Who loves Thunderbird? • Mozilla fans • IT orgs with open source strategies • Especially outside North America • Vendors in need of market disruption • Innovators with an idea, no platform • You?
  17. 17. What should Thunderbird do? ... • Think broader than email ??? • Prioritize the human ♥! • Leverage the web • Leverage an innovation-friendly platform • Embrace diversity
  18. 18. Next Stop: Thunderbird 3 Planned features ❖ Integrated calendaring ❖ Better search ❖ Faster Workflow ❖ Auto-Configuration
  19. 19. After that? • More interactions with cloud services • Always improve user experience • Mobile, Web plans
  20. 20. How will we do this? • Innovation recipe: ❖ Build agile platform ❖ Promote experimentation ❖ Identify winners • Leverage scale of communities ❖ developers, QA, localizers ❖ partners ❖ users
  21. 21. Interested? • Our ability to succeed will depend on your willingness to help • Why join the Mozilla community? ❖ Open source folks ❖ Bold businesses ❖ Civic leaders
  22. 22. The Mozilla Manifesto 4. Individuals’ security on the Internet is fundamental and cannot be treated as optional. 5. Individuals must have the ability to shape their own experiences on the Internet.
  23. 23. The Mozilla Manifesto 6. The effectiveness of the Internet as a public resource depends upon interoperability (protocols, data formats, content), innovation and decentralized participation worldwide. 7. Free and open source software promotes the development of the Internet as a public resource. 8. Transparent community-based processes promote participation, accountability, and trust.
  24. 24. The Mozilla Manifesto 9. Commercial involvement in the development of the Internet brings many benefits; a balance between commercial goals and public benefit is critical. 10. Magnifying the public benefit aspects of the Internet is an important goal, worthy of time, attention and commitment.
  25. 25. Synopsis The Manifesto = beliefs. The strategy: building the best product possible and gain influence via our users The tactics include: • focusing on users, letting the business model follow • building vibrant communities through transparency • partnerships
  26. 26. How to participate • Report bugs, help clean up bugs • Code • Extensions • Advocacy • Education • Marketing • Partnering • Talking!
  27. 27. Discussion Questions? david@mozillamessaging.com creatures from fasticon.com
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