DinoThoughts Previously The Mozilla Mission Pocket Guide Wednesday, April 28th 2010 FuzzyFox – aka William D (Mozilla Comm...
What is a DinoThought? A DinoThought is a small booklet created from a single sheet of paper. It contains thoughts from th...
What the Dino thinks of Marketing These booklets will have a more generic, Mozilla communities feel with more general info...
The Mozilla Mission Brief Create an easy to understand, attractive pocket guide to the Mozilla mission (manifesto), in the...
Mark 1 <ul><li>Text is ripped straight from  mozilla.org
Background not 100% legal (ripped straight from Mozilla blog)
Not enough whitespace for changes and images
Created in GIMP  therefore not good for localizing </li></ul>Wednesday, April 28th 2010
Photos for scale Wednesday, April 28th 2010
Mark 2 <ul><li>All content has been remixed and condensed while preserving the mission
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Dino Thoughts

  1. 1. DinoThoughts Previously The Mozilla Mission Pocket Guide Wednesday, April 28th 2010 FuzzyFox – aka William D (Mozilla Community Volunteer)
  2. 2. What is a DinoThought? A DinoThought is a small booklet created from a single sheet of paper. It contains thoughts from the Mozilla Dino itself on varying aspects of the Mozilla community. Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  3. 3. What the Dino thinks of Marketing These booklets will have a more generic, Mozilla communities feel with more general information about areas of Mozilla that are good for helping promote not just Mozilla products but also Mozilla's mission. Marketing will have DinoThoughts on: * The Mozilla Mission * Mozilla Firefox * Mozilla Thunderbird * Mozilla Add-ons Development , Quality Assurance , SUMO , Creative Lizards Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  4. 4. The Mozilla Mission Brief Create an easy to understand, attractive pocket guide to the Mozilla mission (manifesto), in the form of a pocket guide made of a single sheet of paper. Why a single sheet of paper? So that it helps keep costs of printing, as well as the amount of ink/paper needed to a minimum and to allow for easy distribution. It is not for the use of the general public, but more for those community members who, once in a while, need a little aid to memory. Think of it as a promotion to the promoters not the promotees. Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  5. 5. Mark 1 <ul><li>Text is ripped straight from mozilla.org
  6. 6. Background not 100% legal (ripped straight from Mozilla blog)
  7. 7. Not enough whitespace for changes and images
  8. 8. Created in GIMP therefore not good for localizing </li></ul>Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  9. 9. Photos for scale Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  10. 10. Mark 2 <ul><li>All content has been remixed and condensed while preserving the mission
  11. 11. Created as an SVG, should be easier to localize
  12. 12. Background now legal
  13. 13. More MCS feel </li></ul>Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  14. 14. Where help is needed Mark 3 is going to be a big step now that the idea is out and the project has a name. In Mark 3 there will be a full review of the remixed textual content, and hopefully the addition of images into the booklet. There are also going to be some additions of testimonials to the booklet. Possible candidates for these are the &quot;older&quot; members of the community such as Mitchell Baker and Aza Dotzler. David Boswell and Alina Mierlus have also offered to lend a hand. The more the merrier! Wednesday, April 28th 2010
  15. 15. Thank you wiki: wiki.mozilla.org/DinoThoughts Get involved and keep your eyes on the mailing list Wednesday, April 28th 2010 FuzzyFox – aka William D (Mozilla Community Volunteer)
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