I announced in my previous blog post the creation of a new contributor engagement team at Mozilla, which I am proudly a part of, that aims to improve the way we engage with and support Mozilla contributors.
We are scheduling a series of ‘town hall meetings’, informal interactive meetings to share and gather as much feedback as we can from the contributor community. This meeting will be a conference call and IRC chat (like the bi-weekly community call) to discuss contribution at Mozilla — what you enjoy about it, what could be improved, what tools you could use to make it easier to contribute to Mozilla, updates + happenings with Mozilla and so on. To start, we’d like to give an overview of the new team, share some very early 2011 plans and most importantly, get some feedback.
If you are a Mozilla contributor in Europe, the Middle East of Africa and would like to join this call, we have selected 2 possible days and different time slots for each day next week (Feb 8th or Feb 9th). Please check the poll below and select the time slots that work best for you.
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO SELECT YOUR TIME ZONE CAREFULLY BEFORE SELECTING ANY POSSIBLE TIMES/DATES
I’ll publish the time slot that works best and will share the dial-in info on this blog as well as share it through various Mozilla community mailing lists and IRC channels. Please keep an eye out for those details.
As always, if you have any questions about this town hall meeting or anything for that matter, don’t hesitate to leave a comment or contact me by email at William at Mozilla dot com. Looking forward to our chat next week!