Philippine Internet 22nd Anniversary MozCoffee

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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The Internet first made its connection to the Philippines on March 29, 1994. On that date the Philippine Network Foundation (PHNet) connected the country and its people to Sprint in the United States via a 64 kbit/s link [according to Wikipedia via bit.ly/1MrD5bn]. Come celebrate the 22nd anniversary of Internet in the Philippines with an informal get-together (MozCoffee) at the Mozilla Community Space Manila in Makati City on Thursday the 31st of this month at 6PM. Let’s discuss the current… Read the rest

WoMoz Meetup at FEU-Makati

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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In celebration of National Women’s Month, Mozillians and Firefox Student Ambassadors (FSA) at the Far Eastern University (FEU) – Makati Campus organized a WoMoz Meetup highlighting talks from empowered women: Erika Gatmaitan of Globe Labs Marjorie Duran of Summit Media Publishing, Manila Bulletin, & Philippine Star KC Duco & Achin Honorio, student leaders from FEU-Makati Follow our live blog on this page. //… Read the rest

[Event Invite] MozCoffee on Connected Devices in the Philippines

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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According to Mozilla’s Senior Vice-President, Connected Devices Ari Jaaksi: “Everything is connected around us. This revolution has already started and it will be bigger than previous technology revolutions, including the mobile smartphone revolution. Internet of Things, as many call it today, will fundamentally affect all of us. We will prototype this future starting right now using technologies developed as part of the Firefox OS project to give us a kick start.” We invite everyone for a MozCoffee session at the… 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 L10n in 2016

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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Localization (or simply L10n, as how it is commonly referred to by Mozillians) is one of the easiest and fastest ways to be involved with the Mozilla project. Localization is more than translation, as most people mistook them as one and the same: Translation is the process of changing an original (source) language version of any content such as text, multimedia, ebooks, or apps into a different (target) language by simply substituting words from one language to another—in context. Localization… Read the rest