Posts Tagged ‘Austin’

Hoovernotes presentation @ Austin, TX

Monday, March 29th, 2010

Soon I should write a post with all of my feelings and thinks that I lived at Austin, TX during the Mozilla Design Camp. It was great!

This is the Hoovernotes presentation:

These are the slides that I used during the presentation:

And I hope that soon we will explain new features of Hoovernotes at the blog!

What are the most important things we expect to get out of the Design Challenge over the next 2 months?

Wednesday, December 9th, 2009

… good question. Besides always wanting to go to SXSW 2010 Interactive (Austin, Texas), here are a couple of points which motivate our participation:

  • Get to know how to develop open source software in a larger context/organization such as the Mozilla Foundation
  • Experiment with a new, cutting edge technology
  • Familiarize ourselves with the Mozilla software development landscape, in particular: other technologies/plugins which we may use for future development
  • Get to know people with similar interests and ideas/networking
  • Contribute to the evolution from the read-only to the read-write Web
  • Give something back to the community for FireFox and the plug-ins we’ve been using all these years
  • Enter the hall of fame of Web development
  • Buy a real Stetson in Austin, Texas in March 2010.