Mozilla Drumbeat - MozCamp Europe 2009

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Presentation on Mozilla Drumbeat at MozCamp Europe. Mixes 'why Drumbeat?' framing w/ basic overview of the project.

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  • Paul booker from Glaxstar pointed the drumbeat project out to me just as I was starting this project:

    https://wiki.mozilla.org/Magazine

    I am now following you on http://www.mozillaca.com (a laconica site ;o) and love the idea of drumbeat(s).

    I am fan of this slideshow, and I am sorry that I could not attend (even though some of our contributors to the magazine were there).

    Our idea is just in the starting phase, but in request to you 'microblog' to leave comments here I do so ;o)

    Mozillamagazine could be one of the skins needed on your drumkit, just drop me a not at marco [at] mozillamagazine [dot] com, or jump in on mozillaca via you laconica !mozillamagazine group. Of course you are welcome to join the project, just add your self to the wiki. We can you great insights like your.

    kind greetings
    Marco
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Mozilla Drumbeat - MozCamp Europe 2009

  1. Mark Surman - Mozilla presentation to MozCamp Europe Prague - October 2009 creative commons attribution 3.0
  2. hi
  3. mark surman
  4. mark surman mozilla
  5. my point:
  6. my point: the people in this room create cool, world changing technology
  7. my point: but technology may not be enough to preserve the web we’ve built
  8. my point: we need millions more people to love, protect and steward the web
  9. steward the open web love, protect and Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY.
  10. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. “We must use the hackability of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  11. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. “We must use the remixability of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  12. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. “We must use the generativity of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  13. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. “We must use the generativity of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  14. point #1 the people in this room create cool, world changing technology
  15. the web we love
  16. the web we love
  17. the web we love
  18. the web we love
  19. the web we love this made you
  20. point #2 but technology may not be enough to preserve the web we’ve built
  21. point #2 but technology may not be enough to preserve the web we’ve built
  22. the web is healthy now but likely many threats and struggles ahead
  23. network throttled, sliced up
  24. mobile web still thinks like a phone
  25. web video looks like plain old TV
  26. identity and data locked up in silos
  27. security + privacy fail = web lockdown
  28. security + privacy fail = web lockdown seatbelt moment: we have the technology more people need to care, and act
  29. will we have an open web 100 years?
  30. point 3 we need millions more people to love, protect and steward the web
  31. Zittrain photo by Joi Ito under CC BY. love, protect and steward the open web “We must use the generativity of the net to create a constituency that will protect and nurture it.”
  32. how?
  33. A global community of people who steward the open web, explaining and protecting the internet as a critical public resource.
  34. A better internet Build technology Current source of massive impact and product
  35. A better internet Build Steward technology the open web as and product public resource
  36. people who make the web
  37. people who make the web
  38. people who make the web
  39. big internet issues
  40. data and identity
  41. mobile ecosystem
  42. open video
  43. net neutrality?
  44. openness?
  45. ↻ ⎚ Big internet issues ☺ Online (bongo) ☺☺ e-newsletter and campaigns. Yearly event (tympani) ☺ Big tent ideaswap / festival / hackfest. ☺☺ ☺☺☺ ☺☺ Ground meetups and clubs. Local events, game (conga) Support + work with others
  46. ↻ ⎚ Consumer awareness and caring about data and identity. ☺ You in the cloud ☺☺ e-newsletter and campaigns. ‘You computing’ summit ☺ Big tent ideaswap / festival / hackfest. ☺☺ ☺☺☺ ☺☺ Using Weave and clubs. Local events, meetups Support + work with others
  47. we already know how to do this and do it simply
  48. we already know how to do this and do it simply
  49. we already know how to do this and do it simply
  50. we already know how to do this and do it simply
  51. we already know how to do this and do it simply
  52. we already know how to do this and do it simply
  53. Still just an idea. An idea that needs your help.
  54. Join our Drumbeat session this afternoon ...
  55. ... or just fill in this poll.
  56. ... or just fill in this poll. rypple.com/beltzner/mozcampeu
  57. Still just an idea. An idea that needs your help.
  58. we will have an open web 100 we can make this idea happen years!
  59. we will have an open web 100 years! thanks
  60. mark surman mark@mozillafoundation.org commonspace.wordpress.com creative commons attribution 3.0

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