Category: remo

  • Director, Webmaking Science Lab at the Mozilla Foundation

    I don’t usually link to job opportunities on here – I usually save that for Twitter – but I am ready to declare this as *THE* vacancy of 2012! Help the amazing Mozilla Foundation spread their ‘webmaking’ message to the science community, run hack days, write blogposts, meet amazing people and travel the world 🙂 […]

  • Reflections on #mozfest

    This weekend past in a building resembling a Borg cube (landed next to a 50’s flying saucer) a remarkable group of people from all corners of the globe came together to celebrate what it means to be a ‘web maker’. This was the second Mozilla Festival (though it has had a bit of a rebrand […]

  • Novzilla (my month of Mozilla!)

    On Wednesday I organised the latest Bathcamp meetup where Martin and Stuart gave great talks on Wikipedia and Open Design respectively and then I closed the show with a bit of a quickfire and off the cuff presentation about Mozilla Drumbeat and some of the great projects that have come out of it and also […]

  • Mozilla maybe missing a step?

    Another busy week in Mozilla-land. Mark Surman continued his recent spurt of blog posting with his discussion of ‘Mozilla as Teacher‘ which spurred a few people to respond and also announced the launch of Mozilla Open Badges which led to some spirited responses on Twitter and beyond. I do like the sound of alot of […]

  • Bathcamp 26: The spirit of openness

    I’ve signed up to ‘curate’ and speak at the next Bathcamp [5th Oct 8pm-10pm]and have put together an evening around this idea of  “the spirit of openness”.  Over the last couple of years I’ve become more and more interested in this slightly ‘wooly’ idea of the open web.  I dabbled with open education, open access and […]