Posts tagged with “mozillians”

New Female Mozilla Rep for the Philippines Named

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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The Mozilla Philippines Community is happy and proud to announce the acceptance of Ms. Erika Aurea Gatmaitan (simply Erika to most tech communities in the Philippines) as the latest addition to the roster of Pinoy (or shall we say, Pinay) Mozilla Reps in the country. Erika’s journey of being a Mozillian started around four years ago when she joined the Firefox Student Ambassador (FSA) Program while still studying at the Far Eastern University (FEU) Makati. It was during her stint… 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

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

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

Thanks to the MozillaPH Booth Crew Volunteers for Y4IT 2015!

Robert "Bob" Reyes

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On behalf of the Mozilla Philippines Community (MozillaPH), we wish to convey our heartfelt thanks to the following volunteers for selflessly sharing their time and talent to man our booth during the Philippine Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) this week (listed in no particular order): Ramon Musni Angelo Bautista Mark Anthony Besid Reynante Aguilar Bea Tayag Joshua Paman Gio Legasto Sharmaine Grace Pajela Kean Duque Rodolfo De Guzman II Kines Duco Renielle Curioso Matthew Miguel Cunan Kat Radam Allyson… Read the rest