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  • 1. Student Reps 101 April 28, 2012 Presenter: Mohd Fadzil Md Arap Community Mozilla Malaysia 1
  • 2. What we’ll cover… About Mozilla About Firefox Other Exciting Mozilla Initiatives Student Reps Program The Student Reps Experience Next Steps Q&A 2
  • 3. Mozilla at a Glance• Were a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better.• We focus on principle over profit, and believe that the Web is a shared public resource to be cared for, not a commodity to be sold.• Were a worldwide community creating open source products like Mozilla Firefox, and innovating for the benefit of the individual and the betterment of the Web. 3
  • 4. Mozilla Proprietary 4
  • 5. Community in Numbers• More than 1,000 volunteers have contributed code to Firefox• Over 400,000 people have contributed to Mozilla through our project tracking system Bugzilla•, Mozilla’s community-powered support site, helps an average of 100,000 Firefox users per week 5
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  • 7. Best browser in the world 7
  • 8. About FirefoxFast Facts• More than 450 million people around the world use Firefox• Firefox is free and open source software, with approximately 40% of its code written by volunteersThe Global Browser• Firefox is available in more than 80 languages (covering more than 97% of the world’s online population)• Firefox is used in every country in the world• Almost every non-English version of Firefox is localized by community volunteers• More than 50% of global Firefox users use non-English versionsThe Power of Customization• More than 9,000 free, community contributed Add-ons for Firefox• More than 40% of users have at least one add-on installed 8
  • 9. Why’s Firefox so awesome? 9
  • 10. Why does Firefox matter? As a non-profit, we’re free to innovate on the user’s behalf without any pressure to compromise. 10
  • 11. Who do we answer to? 11
  • 12. FastWere fast and constantly improving start-up speed and responsiveness. Check your Firefox speed and help others get the fastest Firefox 12
  • 13. Beyond customization Hundreds of thousands of ways to personalize your browser to make the web work better for you. 13
  • 14. Key Features Learn more » 14
  • 15. Preview features and contribute to the next Firefox Download Firefox Aurora and file bugs to join an active conversation about the future of Firefox. 15
  • 16. Other Exciting Mozilla Initiatives Mozilla Persona Mozilla Web B2G: Apps Boot to Gecko Marketplace Learn more » 16
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  • 18. About Student Reps• Student Reps are passionate, creative and resourceful. They head up campaigns and projects at their schools and in their local communities.• By showing people why Firefox rocks, they help their classmates have a better Web experience.• In the Student Reps program, you’ll have the opportunity to: – sharpen skills – earn recognition – advance your leadership 18
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  • 20. Key Projects 20
  • 21. Start a clubCreate clubs to advocate for usage ofFirefox and other Mozilla products oncampus and to socialize with otherMozilla fans.Quick tip: Give a presentation aboutMozilla or Firefox as your first club event. 21
  • 22. Promote Mozilla and FirefoxSpread the word about Mozillas missionand Firefox products and features byhosting events or promoting with socialmedia.1. Host an event2. Give a presentation3. Promote with social media 22
  • 23. Get Firefox Installed and Provide Support Installing Firefox and other Mozilla products at your college makes it easily accessible.Allow students to get help from aphysical help desk or a virtual one. 23
  • 24. Grow Mozilla 24
  • 25. Grow Mozilla 25
  • 26. Grow Mozilla 26
  • 27. Getting the most out of the program 27
  • 28. You’re not alone. Here’s how we help.Get help and collaborateon projects in your region with Mozilla Reps. Colloquy for Mac OSXSee the Support section. Join the #studentreps IRC channel. Ask questions and give support to other Student Reps. 28
  • 29. Stay active • Submit Project Reports and Case Studies through your blog. » See the Support section • Give support in #studentreps IRC chat room and by searching #mozstudent on Twitter. • Tag project and event photos with ‘mozstudent’ on… 29
  • 30. Earn rewardsSupportAccess to experienced Mozillians and awesome toolsRecognitionFeatured in Mozilla newsletters, campaigns, social mediaAwarded Mozilla Certificate of AchievementAdvancementAccepted into the Mozilla Reps programSponsorship to visit Mozilla HQ or attend special eventsBonusesSent special gear packsEntered into a raffle for prizesSent thank you letter from Chief Marketing Officer 30
  • 31. And more good things will come 31
  • 32. Next Steps 32
  • 33. Next steps1. Sign-up at (if you haven’t already)1. Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and the newsletter2. Take action today 33
  • 34. Today Follow ‘Like’ us on @mozstudent s 34
  • 35. Today Sign-up to become a Firefox Affiliate!Host Firefox buttons on your blog orsite and climb your way to fame on the Affiliates leaderboard. Learn more » 35
  • 36. TodayDownload at and share will classmates 36
  • 37. Today 37
  • 38. TodayReceive program updatesand special opportunities in the newsletter 38
  • 39. Right nowPlease sign-out on the etherpad to confirm you’ve attended the training and we’ll send you’re a special message. Go to » 39
  • 40. Welcome!From the Regional Student Coordinators 40
  • 41. Questions and Answers 41