Posts tagged with “mozillaph”

WANTED: L10n Dev Volunteers for Project ATOMPH

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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A delegation of Mozilla Reps (ReMo) from the Mozilla Philippines Community participated in the Asian Localization Hackathon in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia last weekend. The event provided venue for L10n (Localization) teams from across the continent to set goals and work on solutions in bringing more contributors to their communities. The MozilalPH L10n Team was able to draft a Tagalog/Filipino Style Guide for Mozilla Localization during the weekend (still in draft version; will be published very soon) and started the development… Read the rest

MozillaPH L01n Sprint Week July 2016

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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Want to have this awesome Mozilla L10n shirt? It’s very easy. Just follow the simple instructions below. From today until the end of this month (that is 0001H of August 1, 2016), participate in the translation efforts of the Mozilla Philippines Community (MozillaPH), particularly in Tagalog Firefox. If you’re new to L10n, you may follow these steps: Login (or create an account if you still do not have one) to Pootle. Click on Firefox 49 (Aurora) — Tagalog (TL). Choose… Read the rest

RustPH Website Launched

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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We are happy to announce the launch of a dedicated website for the Rust Users Group Philippines (RustPH) via http://www.rustph.tech today. During these few weeks, RustPH already had staged two (02) Rust Meetups at the Mozilla Community Space Manila and two (02) Hack & Learn sessions (hands-on Rust workshops). An offshoot of these events is the creation of the RustPH Mentors Team. One of the goals in having this website is to promote the Rust programming language to both student… Read the rest

L10n Team Updates & Goals for 2016

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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The Localization (L10n) Team of the Mozilla Philippines Community (MozillaPH) is the oldest among the groups within the organization. As a matter of fact, the MozillaPH L10n has been around even before the community was formally established and officially recognized as what we know now as the Mozilla Philippines Community. Tasks at Hand The primary focus of the MozillaPH L10n team now is to finish the localization of Firefox (Aurora) for Desktop this year. Alongside, we are also doing the… Read the rest

Frederick Villaluna: New Mozilla Rep in the Philippines

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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The Mozilla Philippines Community (MozillaPH) is proud and happy to announce the acceptance of Pinoy Mozillian extraordinaire, Frederick Villaluna to the Mozilla Reps (ReMo) Program. Frederick hails from Bacolod City, Negros Occidental. He is a Computer Science graduate from Asia’s first IT university: AMA Computer University and finished his postgraduate studies at University of St. La Salle. Frederick has been instrumental for the growth of the local Mozilla community in his locale as part of MozillaPH’s experiment to have greater… Read the rest

Basic JavaScript Hands-on Lab

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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JavaScript (JS) is a lightweight, interpreted, programming language with first-class functions. Most well-known as the scripting language for webpages, many non-browser environments also use it, such as node.js and Apache CouchDB. JS is a prototype-based, multi-paradigm, dynamic scripting language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and declarative (e.g. functional programming) styles. Learn the fundamentals of JavaScript, the programming language of the Web. Please bring your laptop for this hands-on lab session. NOTE: This session is designed for people with ZERO KNOWLEDGE and EXPERIENCE… Read the rest