Monthly Meet Up: July 2014

Stephen

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Over the course of the past few months the community discussed and began planning a new component to the community, Monthly community gatherings. The objective of these gatherings is create a social atmosphere for the community to meet in person and discuss the past, present and future of the community, as well as introducing new members who are hoping to get involved with the Mozilla.

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Community Poll: Monthly Meetups

Stephen

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Mozillians,

In our last gathering we discussed different ways to push the community forward and one of which was a monthly gathering on the 2nd week of each month. The question remains on which day we would like these gatherings to take place. We have created a poll to get feedback from you all.

The poll is a multi choice question so pick your top three preferred days!
This poll will close on Thursday 3rd of July so get your preference in!

Find our poll here on surveymonkey

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VLC5BGW

Go raibh maith agat
Mozilla Ireland Team

 

 

Community IRC Meet Up Monday 23rd June 2014

Stephen

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We will be hosting an IRC Meet Up this coming Monday at 21:00. This meet up will serve as an open floor for new and interested mozillians to get involved, ask questions and help us grow Mozilla here in Ireland.

IRC Details

Venue: Moznet
Channel: #mozireland
Date: Monday 23rd June
Time: 21:00
Unsure on how to connect to IRC? Follow this simple Tutorial.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Go raibh maith agat
Mozilla Ireland Team

The End of Firebot?

padraic

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So do we no longer have a bot?Unfortunately, Firebot’s occasional paid time off may quite soon become full-on retirement.

For those who don’t know, Firebot is probably the most frequently seen bot on Mozilla’s IRC server. It has a variety of features that help Mozilla’s developers and community keep on top of what’s happening in the organisation’s ecosystem including keyword bug searches, and announcing changes to the status of various source code performance tests, new issues in Bugzilla, and – of course – commits to things like the Firefox codebase, the absence of which was noted above.

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