© http://www.liveindia.com/cricket/Tendulkar3.html2003sachin tendulkar, man of the tournamentaward at the icc cricket worl...
© http://www.liveindia.com/cricket/Tendulkar3.html2003sachin tendulkar, man of the tournamentaward at the icc cricket worl...
the web was becoming less transparent,less open
2003mozilla foundation is bornguard the open nature of the internet
the Internet is a critical public resourcethat must remain open and accessible to all
Free & Open Source software developed andpromoted through transparent,community processes
a global community of hundreds of thousandsof people with shared values
a global community of hundreds of thousandsof people with shared valuestogether werebuilt the platformrebuilt the browseri...
bringing the change                             mozilla    netscape                      i.e.
Community is the backbone of Mozilla project
developing             developing, testing, localizing software and by             marketing
developingtesting
developingtestinglocalizing
developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
developingtestinglocalizingmarketingmore than 70% of the people who use Mozilla &its products heard about it through word ...
developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
500 +localizers
Thai                                  Slovak                                       Welsh                          French  ...
Thai                                  Slovak                                       Welsh                          French  ...
500 +localizers
500 +          localizers1,000 +coders
4,00,000  bugzilla accounts     500 +                      localizers1,000 +coders
4,00,000  bugzilla accounts         500 +                          localizers1,000 +coders                        8,00,000...
4,00,000                   400 Million  bugzilla accounts                 users                            500 +          ...
people build the web they want
Internets most innovative projects
events!foss conferencescampus eventstechnology user groupsbarcamps, wordcamps
party!
open communicationmailing listsircpublic community engagement call
openness and participation= models that work
taking it offline
taking it offline
a faster, better & safer way to browse the web
Its the responsibility & the freedomthat i get as part of the community,let me do things that are larger thanmyself
"..Students of Mozilla become mentors, eachmentoring a few students of their own; itsnowballs. Before you know it, you’ve ...
Internet by the peopleInternet for the people
TEDx NITK: Making an impact through Mozilla Community
TEDx NITK: Making an impact through Mozilla Community
TEDx NITK: Making an impact through Mozilla Community
TEDx NITK: Making an impact through Mozilla Community
TEDx NITK: Making an impact through Mozilla Community
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TEDx NITK: Making an impact through Mozilla Community

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The Internet has become part of our modern life. Communication and sharing is getting more interactive than ever! Through internet, we are discovering things that overwhelm us. Internet has brought us the high engagement, interactivity and originality of the content.

The Web we love includes two big things:
1. The open source stack that has built both the front and backend infrastructure, giving rise to the Internet that we know & love today.
2. The web is built on the idea that useful things are findable, and that we can share the things that are important to us.

The web is something that evolves as we contribute to it, and that is what makes it special.

One of the things that I loved at my college was, participating and volunteering for events. Students, both seniors and juniors from various branches came together to work as a team, We brainstormed on the ideas - which guests to invite, what should be the theme, handling the logistics and all. We shared the tasks based on ones interest, It was our responsibility in shaping the event and to give the best experience for the participants. We did our best to make the event a success. While collaborating and working together, we learned something from each other. It was an experience to me.

It was this kind of participation and learning upon small experiences made me what i am today and that is the kind of experience that i have at Mozilla, participating, learning and making a difference at the same time..

Mozilla is a group of people who passionately believe in the web. Before I talk about Mozilla community and how they are building the web they want, I have to take you back to the year 2003:

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  1. 1. © http://www.liveindia.com/cricket/Tendulkar3.html2003sachin tendulkar, man of the tournamentaward at the icc cricket world cup.Iraq war.
  2. 2. © http://www.liveindia.com/cricket/Tendulkar3.html2003sachin tendulkar, man of the tournamentaward at the icc cricket world cup.Iraq war.the web was in danger
  3. 3. the web was becoming less transparent,less open
  4. 4. 2003mozilla foundation is bornguard the open nature of the internet
  5. 5. the Internet is a critical public resourcethat must remain open and accessible to all
  6. 6. Free & Open Source software developed andpromoted through transparent,community processes
  7. 7. a global community of hundreds of thousandsof people with shared values
  8. 8. a global community of hundreds of thousandsof people with shared valuestogether werebuilt the platformrebuilt the browserimproved the web
  9. 9. bringing the change mozilla netscape i.e.
  10. 10. Community is the backbone of Mozilla project
  11. 11. developing developing, testing, localizing software and by marketing
  12. 12. developingtesting
  13. 13. developingtestinglocalizing
  14. 14. developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
  15. 15. developingtestinglocalizingmarketingmore than 70% of the people who use Mozilla &its products heard about it through word of mouth,friends & acquaintances!
  16. 16. developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
  17. 17. developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
  18. 18. developingtestinglocalizingmarketing
  19. 19. 500 +localizers
  20. 20. Thai Slovak Welsh French Turkish Marathi Bengali Greek Romanian CzechLithuanian Persian 500 + Arabic Kannada Spanish localizers Korean Frisian Malayalam Spanish Russian Hebrew Japanese Italian Vietnamese Oriya Croatian Tamil Hindi Bulgarian Indonesian Breton Dutch Maithili Polish Punjabi Sinhala Telugu Gujarati Ukrainian English Finnish Macedonian Norwegian German Chinese Assamese Latvian Irish Esperanto
  21. 21. Thai Slovak Welsh French Turkish Marathi Bengali Greek Romanian CzechLithuanian Persian 500 + Arabic Kannada Spanish localizers Korean Frisian Malayalam Spanish Russian Hebrew Japanese Italian Vietnamese Oriya Croatian Tamil Hindi Bulgarian Indonesian Breton Dutch Maithili Polish Punjabi Sinhala Telugu Gujarati Ukrainian English Finnish Macedonian Norwegian German Chinese Assamese Latvian Irish Esperanto
  22. 22. 500 +localizers
  23. 23. 500 + localizers1,000 +coders
  24. 24. 4,00,000 bugzilla accounts 500 + localizers1,000 +coders
  25. 25. 4,00,000 bugzilla accounts 500 + localizers1,000 +coders 8,00,000 beta testers
  26. 26. 4,00,000 400 Million bugzilla accounts users 500 + localizers1,000 +coders 8,00,000 beta testers
  27. 27. people build the web they want
  28. 28. Internets most innovative projects
  29. 29. events!foss conferencescampus eventstechnology user groupsbarcamps, wordcamps
  30. 30. party!
  31. 31. open communicationmailing listsircpublic community engagement call
  32. 32. openness and participation= models that work
  33. 33. taking it offline
  34. 34. taking it offline
  35. 35. a faster, better & safer way to browse the web
  36. 36. Its the responsibility & the freedomthat i get as part of the community,let me do things that are larger thanmyself
  37. 37. "..Students of Mozilla become mentors, eachmentoring a few students of their own; itsnowballs. Before you know it, you’ve grownto a community of millions...”“It is these small incremental changes thatfoster growth and change the world."
  38. 38. Internet by the peopleInternet for the people

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