Mozilla” is the every-day name for the free and open-source software project that was founded in 1998 in order to create a next-generation Internet suite for Netscape. On 15 July 2003, the organization was formally registered as a non-profit organization, and became the Mozilla Foundation. Now its time to promote and develop the Mozilla Project here in Nepal.This is possible only when all the open source lovers out there unite together.
Mozilla Global Sprint 2017, Kathmandu
Date: 2nd and 3rd June, 2017
Venue: To Be Fixed
Expected Participant: 30 Max
Event Type: Open (Registration Required)
What is Mozilla Global Sprint?
Mozilla’s Global Sprint is a fun, fast-paced and two-day collaborative event to hack and build projects for a healthy Internet. A diverse network of scientists, educators, artists, engineers and others come together in person and online to innovate in the open.
What will happen in Nepal?
Who is organizing it in Nepal?
A team of Mozilla Nepal Community in collaboration with different open communities is organizing it in Nepal.
Who can participate?
Everyone is welcome, from students and librarians to coders, designers, researchers, community organizers and you.
Call for Open Projects and Project Leads
If you have your own open project, whether it’s brand new or well-established, you can be a Project Lead at the Sprint! By bringing your project to the Global Sprint, you invite contribution (which may be code, content, design, editing, writing, testing, advice, etc) from participants from across Mozilla’s amazing Network.
This year we’re Sprinting on projects that promote, protect and build the open Web, in line with Mozilla’s key issues for Internet health.
OPEN INNOVATION: projects that help anyone publish or invent online without asking permission and/or ensure that technologies used to run the Web are transparent and understandable.
PRIVACY & SECURITY: projects that support our ability to understand what is happening to our data online, and our ability to control how that data is used.
DIGITAL INCLUSION: projects that help ensure that everyone has equal opportunity to access the Internet and can use it to improve their lives and societies.
WEB LITERACY: projects that promote or teach the skills to read, write, and participate in the digital world– and the ability to shape (not just consume) the Web.
DECENTRALIZATION: projects that help protect and secure an Internet controlled by many so, that no one actor can own it or control it or switch it off.
Organizing Team and Responsibility
Raj Kumar Nepal (Aarav)
Amit Shrestha –