A long overdue post. Two weeks ago I was invited by Zibusiso to the National University of Science and Technology to talk to the Firefox Student Ambassadors club he has been working hard to get off the ground. As this was the club’s first meting, we discussed Mozilla’s goals for the year, our mission and
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I attended the Mozilla Participation Leadership summit in Singapore in January 2016 where strategies on how to build the Mozilla community were discussed, planning was done, coffee was had and Mozlove was spread. Here are some of the pictures from the event.
Last week, I had the opportunity to attend Tech4Africa in Johannesburg,South Africa Tech4africa was meant to bring together people in tech to learn, meet new people and have lots of fun. I manned the Mozilla booth, demoed FirefoxOS and answered as many questions as I could from the event attendees. The event in general went
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This is a quick debrief of the first Maker Party in Bulawayo that was held on the 27th of August 2014. After a few weeks of planning, I and the rest of the Mozilla Zimbabwe team hosted a Maker Party with a focus on teaching people about privacy.
In preparation for Maker Party, I organised a training day for everyone who is going to be a facilitator. The training went well. Facilitators were introduced to persona,thimble popcorn and lightbeam tools. Pictures below: After this event I felt we were ready to host Maker Party in Bulawayo. I’ll write a follow up post about
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