Posts in “Mozilla”

Goodbye, Pootle. Mabuhay, Pontoon!

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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For years now, Mozilla‘s localization efforts had been using Pootle as the Community Localization Server. MozillaPH L10n has been religiously submitting translation suggestions and commits through the Mozilla Translation website powered by Pootle until two (02) days ago. You will now see a blank Pootle server for MozillaPH L10n [https://mozilla.locamotion.org/tl/].The MozillaPH L10n Team leadership decide to move all of the current localization and translation efforts to Pontoon with immediate effect. “Pontoon allows you to localise web content in place, with… Read the rest

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

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

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

#privacymonth in the Philippines Recap

Ryan Ermita

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Protecting the Open Web and its users is one of the top priority of Mozilla. That’s why Mozilla keeps on fighting large corporations who monopolize the Web and violates the rights of its users. Online privacy is one of those rights, Mozilla can’t fight and build a better Web alone. We, the Web users are also responsible for fighting for our rights. Remember that we are the owner of the Web and its our responsibility to protect it and make… Read the rest

MozillaPH Celebrates Social Media Day 2015

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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The Philippines is dubbed as the Social Media Capital of the World by many. Doubt no more, being from here, we can attest to that. The MozillaPH crew at Social Media Day 2015 celebration in Manila. The Mozilla Philippines Community, being heavy users and believers of social media, joins the celebration of Social Media Day 2015 at the Museo Pambata in downtown Manila. The fourth time that Manila is hosting such festivity, and it will be the third time for… Read the rest