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Remix of my talk for government folks on Mozilla, participation and how to think like the web. This version was for 150 communications people from across the Government of Ontario. Fun.

Remix of my talk for government folks on Mozilla, participation and how to think like the web. This version was for 150 communications people from across the Government of Ontario. Fun.

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  • 1. a province that thinks like the web
  • 2. my point:
  • 3. my point: openess and participation created a better internet.
  • 4. my point: openess and participation created a better internet. they can also create a better ontario.
  • 5. openess and participation created a better internet.
  • 6. openess and participation created a better internet. mozilla helped.
  • 7. 1998
  • 8. 1998 common sense revolution toronto amalgamated exxon buys mobil microsoft goes to court france wins the world cup
  • 9. 1998 common sense revolution toronto amalgamated exxon buys mobil microsoft goes to court france wins the world cup and the web is in danger
  • 10. 1998 the web is in danger the mozilla project is born
  • 11. 1998 The Mozilla project is a global community of people who believe that openness, innovation and participation are key to the continued health of the Internet. the web is in danger the mozilla project is born
  • 12. public benefit The Mozilla project is a global community of people who believe that openness, innovation and participation are key to the continued health of the Internet. .org
  • 13. together we rebuilt the platform, rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving
  • 14. together we rebuilt the platform, open source rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving
  • 15. together we rebuilt the platform, open source rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving
  • 16. together we rebuilt the platform, open source rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving
  • 17. together we rebuilt the platform, open source rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving
  • 18. together we rebuilt the platform, open source rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving
  • 19. together we rebuilt the platform, open source rebuilt the browser, improved the web, got things moving using openness and participation
  • 20. Mike Connor, Developer 1
  • 21. Mike Connor, Developer Firefox dev team 60
  • 22. Mike Connor, Developer Firefox dev team Daily 60 contributors 100s
  • 23. Mike Connor,Firefox Develop er dev team Daily 60 contributors 100s Contributors 1000s
  • 24. Mike Connor, Developer Firefox dev team Daily 60 contributors 100s Contributors 1000s Beta testers 700,000+
  • 25. Mike Connor, Developer Firefox dev team Daily contributors 60 100s Contributors 1000s Beta testers 700,000+ Daily users 100 million
  • 26. Mike Connor, Developer Firefox dev team Daily contributors 60 100s ontributors C Beta testers 1000s 700,000+ Daily users 100 million Total users 300 million
  • 27. we encouraged people to participate
  • 28. we encouraged people to participate
  • 29. we encouraged people to participate
  • 30. we encouraged people to participate 1000s of people
  • 31. we encouraged people to participate $200,000
  • 32. we encouraged people to participate a bet on openness
  • 33. we encouraged people to participate this is the logic of the web
  • 34. we encouraged people to participate this is how the web thinks
  • 35. we encouraged people to participate this is how the web thinks it makes the web better
  • 36. participate this is how the web thinks
  • 37. participate this is how the web thinks
  • 38. participate this is how the web thinks
  • 39. participate this is how the web thinks
  • 40. participate this is how the web thinks
  • 41. participate this is how the web thinks
  • 42. can we ask people to participate … to create a better ontario?
  • 43. yes!
  • 44. yes! and it's already happening elsewhere around the world
  • 45. example:
  • 46. example: www.fixmystreet.com
  • 47. www.fixmystreet.com
  • 48. www.fixmystreet.com
  • 49. www.fixmystreet.com
  • 50. www.fixmystreet.com
  • 51. www.fixmystreet.com very low cost citizen run super useful
  • 52. www.fixmystreet.com very low cost citizen run super useful participatory and open
  • 53. example:
  • 54. example: www.google.com/transit
  • 55. www.google.com/transit
  • 56. www.google.com/transit
  • 57. www.google.com/transit
  • 58. www.google.com/transit
  • 59. www.google.com/transit super useful open data mashable
  • 60. www.google.com/transit super useful open data mashable “It is free - all you need to do is share your data”
  • 61. example:
  • 62. example: www.appsfordemocracy.org
  • 63. www.appsfordemocracy.org
  • 64. www.appsfordemocracy.org
  • 65. www.appsfordemocracy.org
  • 66. www.appsfordemocracy.org
  • 67. www.appsfordemocracy.org $20k citizen ideas city benefits
  • 68. www.appsfordemocracy.org $20k citizen ideas city benefits participatory and open
  • 69. examples:
  • 70. examples: futuremelbourne.com.au myttc.ca everyblock.com chidataexchange.net crazedmonkey.com/toronto-transit-map granicus.com diycity.org ubalt.edu/bnia adullact.org govloop.com zelea.com/project/votorola change.gov tinyurl.com/swinemap09
  • 71. examples: futuremelbourne.com.au myttc.ca everyblock.com chidataexchange.net crazedmonkey.com/toronto-transit-map granicus.com diycity.org ubalt.edu/bnia adullact.org govloop.com zelea.com/project/votorola change.gov tinyurl.com/swinemap09
  • 72. examples: futuremelbourne.com.au myttc.ca everyblock.com chidataexchange.net crazedmonkey.com/toronto-transit-map granicus.com diycity.org ubalt.edu/bnia adullact.org govloop.com zelea.com/project/votorola change.gov tinyurl.com/swinemap09 commonspace.wordpress.com
  • 73. what do all these sites have in common?
  • 74. what do all these sites have in common? created by citizens, companies and communities that want to pitch in
  • 75. what do all these sites have in common? created by citizens, companies and communities that want to pitch in government didn't do the heavy lifting
  • 76. web 2.0 government didn't do the heavy lifting
  • 77. web 2.0 … is the network as platform, spanning all connected devices; Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating network effects through an architecture of participation and going beyond the page metaphor of Web 1.0 to deliver rich user experiences.
  • 78. web 2.0 … is the network as platform, spanning all connected devices; Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating network effects through an architecture of participation and going beyond the page metaphor of Web 1.0 to deliver rich user experiences.
  • 79. web 2.0 … is the network as platform, spanning all connected devices; Web 2.0 applications are those that make the most of the intrinsic advantages of that platform: delivering software as a continually-updated service that gets better the more people use it, consuming and remixing data from multiple sources, including individual users, while providing their own data and services in a form that allows remixing by others, creating network effects through an architecture of participation and going beyond the page metaphor of Web 1.0 to deliver rich user experiences.
  • 80. participation and openess
  • 81. participation and openess represent a huge opportunity to make our province better
  • 82. participation and openess represent a huge opportunity to make our province better … and queen's park doesn't need to do the heavy lifting
  • 83. we just need to start thinking like the web
  • 84. 3 ideas
  • 85. 3 ideas 1. open our data.
  • 86. 3 ideas 1. open our data. road conditions. natural resources. tourism data. business registrations. expose it all so citizens can help make a better ontario.
  • 87. 3 ideas 1. open our data. road conditions. natural resources. tourism data. business registrations. expose it all so citizens can help make a better ontario. do it now.
  • 88. 3 ideas 2. crowdsource your jobs.
  • 89. 3 ideas 2. crowdsource your jobs. imagine if bloggers across the province loudly, humorously and virally promoted ontario to tourists and investors.
  • 90. 3 ideas 2. crowdsource your jobs. imagine if bloggers across the province loudly, humorously and virally promoted ontario to tourists and investors. encourage it.
  • 91. 3 ideas 3. ask for help.
  • 92. 3 ideas 3. ask for help. the citizens of ontario are online and ready to pitch in.
  • 93. 3 ideas 3. ask for help. the citizens of ontario are online and ready to pitch in. steal a page from apps for democracy, and invite us make our province better.
  • 94. radical
  • 95. radical quot;... use cutting-edge technologies to create a new level of transparency, accountability, and participation for citizens.quot;
  • 96. radical quot;... use cutting-edge technologies to create a new level of transparency, accountability, and participation for citizens.quot; http://change.gov/agenda/technology_agenda/
  • 97. we can make a province that thinks like the web
  • 98. we can make a province that thinks like the web your job:
  • 99. we can make a province that thinks like the web your job: build the architecture of participation.
  • 100. we can make a province that thinks like the web your job: build the architecture of participation. ask us to help.
  • 101. mark surman executive director mozilla foundation mark@mozillafoundation.org this deck @ www.slideshare.net/msurman
  • 102. By Sam Javanrouh Creative Commons BY NC ND http://www.flickr.com/photos/wvs/205482483/sizes/l/ By Sam Javanrouh Creative Commons BY NC ND http://www.flickr.com/photos/wvs/254666400/ By RadioSpike Creative Commons BY NC ND http://www.flickr.com/photos/radiospike/489297518/in/set-72157600190096055/