I have been a core contributor to the Mozilla project since 2012 in a number of roles including community building, localisation(L10N) and most recently Quality Assurance. Here, you will find everything I have written about my experience working in these roles.

The Summit –part 2

The Summit The Summit started on Friday and ran for three days. The goal was to get everyone up to speed with what Mozilla has achieved in the recent years,clarify our identity and where we stand and plan for the future. To do the above meant going through a lot of talks, sessions and breakouts …

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The June 15th meetup

On Saturday I met up with people interested in joining Mozilla and here’s the post about it:

A post about me.

Here’s a link to a post about me from Bonjour Mozilla Thanks to Claire for putting it up, could not have written it better myself.

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Software Freedom Day, Bulawayo

      Saturday the 15th was Software Freedom Day and the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) hosted the Bulawayo event. After 2 months of preparation the day finally arrived. The event was supported by companies such as Linux Professional Institute. Taznet, Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa(, TELCO, ZIMRA and …

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