Mozilla hi_IN Meet & Fennec Launch Party @ C-DAC Pune

!!…Greeting Human…!!

An another day came to work together for our Native Language, that is Hindi. So, we got together at C-DAC (Centre for Development of Advance Computing) HQ Pune. We started with awesome hope, lets see how this event went, you will get to know at the end of this post. Good Luck.

Agenda was too strong which we can’t be covered just within two days, but we covered almost because we were having an awesome team of hi_IN localizers. Thank you so much everyone who had been a part of this awesome event.

I reached to the beautiful city (Pune) one day before of event. It was pleasure journey with IndiGo and awesome accommodation @ Season’s Apartment Hotel.

Day-1: How awesome we were.?

After the having breakfast we reached to the C-DAC, here goes an awesome building. So here discussion and welcome session began. Also we started with one by one introductions because there was many new faces to the hi_IN community with full of energy.

1622378_558155444284620_3928801059168993842_oAfter that, we divided people in two groups one was startup who has contributed to the Mozilla Hindi but they required specific localization training to work for long term, a big thanks to our trainer Mr. Chandan Kumar and Mr. Ashish Namdev,Β  these guys are awesome and has depth knowledge about localization, its tools and its importance.

So till first half in the first group, these things went,
[1]. Introduction to Mozilla Products Translation-tools, linguistic resources etc.
[2]. Glossary, Terminology, Style Guide

10629368_558155357617962_7804604655141046492_oAt the lunch newbies said, it was an awesome experience with Mr. Chandan Kumar and Mr. Ashish Namdev and learnt lot of new things about localizations, after the lunch newbies started working on translation. They have done lot of work in first day.

10519693_558157390951092_2291018990915257416_oAnd in second group, we were working on the localization and Review of FUEL Mobile and which has been been totally localized in first day, and also we were working on QA and localization sprint. There were in second group, Rajesh Ji (hi_IN team lead), Karunakar Ji, Shahid Ji, Chandarkant Ji, Sangeeta Ji, Vishakha Ji, Umesh, Ankit, Suraj and Me (Meghraj Suthar). So this was our first day with lot of awesomeness and work.

Day 2: Work, Work and Only Work..!!!

Back to the work! with the lot of energy and the power in hand of typing. So again second day went as same as first day, but there was only work for both groups. First was working on translation of Web parts, Firefox35 (Aurora). We were working on the,

The review of Firefox OS’s site was the our first target and we have completed it and reviewed but also mozilla.org and webmaker.org has been completed, because Firefox OS launched in India and it gonna hit the mobile market.

Here goes our work which is done in this meet: http://mozilla.locamotion.org/hi_IN/

Twitter Collections: http://bit.ly/1vP4RWw
Flickr Collections: http://t.co/YJDKl2JTlh

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Last but not the least, Thank you so much, Chandarkant Ji and Whole staff of C-DAC Pune, It was an awesome venue, and also everything was great. Hope we will meet soon in future.

!!..Thanks for Reading..!!

Have a Great Day/Night [Take whatever you feel good πŸ˜‰ ]

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MiniCamp @ Jaipur: Version 2.0 of Family Growth with Creators

!!!….Greeting Human….!!!

A Fabulous Morning Came to Learn, Share, Discuss, Dance, Teach, Eat, Fun.

“Good Morning Dear Readers”

Lets Jump to this Morning with your fresh mind. We targeted to teach newbies, to be friends with newbies, to share the community agenda with newbies, and to learn from newbies.

Don’t worry if you couldn’t be a part of MiniCamp Jaipur, We warm welcome you in the next event. I hope you will feel like that, “You are in the event” after reading this post. So here goes our targeted agenda,

  • You are Welcome to MiniCamp
  • About MiniCamp
  • Mozilla Mission & Firefox OS by our Chief Guest: Mr. Vineel Reddy Pindi
  • Lets Dance: Ali Baba Forty Thieves
  • Makes with Webmakers
  • Time to get Refresh: Food and Cold Drinks
  • AppDev with Geeks
  • Talk about SUMO with SUMO Heros
  • Community Agenda with New Family Members
  • Photoshoot in Foxy, Decent look and Group Pic
  • Promised to meet ASAP

Here we Go with the Signature of Mr. Vineel Reddy Pindi. Thanks for Autograph Man :).

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After that we moved to a small awesome activity i.e. “Mel-Milap” (Vineel’s Idea).

What is “Mel-Milap”? ——- Meet to all people like that you are meeting after a long time or after ten years. This helped a lot in the event. It has created an another type of environment in the hall, just within five minutes they become friends of each other.

Now we are moving to the next part of agenda i.e “Mozilla Mission and Firefox OS” and Mozilla India Story by Vineel. It was just an Awesome, participants got the chance to hear this person in the first meet.

And now we turned to Mozilla Community Rajasthan’s (A kinda part of Mozilla India) past activities and which were totally surprising for Vineel and all participants. Know more about it at: SlideShare

Time came for “Ali Baba And Forty Thieves”, “One two three four get on the dance floor” πŸ˜€ Which was totally unforgettable part of this event.

Next We moved to the Wemaker with Outstanding Makers and to the App Development with Geeky persons. Makers was really awesome, we haven’t seen that type of makers in past events (Developers: you were also awesome πŸ˜‰ ) with the help of Mr. Adit, Mr. Lavish and Mr. Tushar (These guys were track lead) and whole team.

DSC04871Now we got to hungry but Makers/Developers/Creators wasn’t, because food was ready and we invited attendees to please come and take food but they were busy with Webmaking (Event i have taken twice time πŸ˜€ but they were still working.), It shows how people are interested in Mozilla’s #Teachtheweb Campaign. Its not only just keep things in your pocket but also you can teach others with kinda resource and also teach them who are non-technical people.

Here is outcomes of Webmaker (Awesome Apps using Appmaker) and ideas about Apps: https://etherpad.mozilla.org/MiniCamp-Webmaker-AppDev

Lets move to the SUMO and Contribution ways, we discussed about this with newbies because some of them were interested to go with L10n, Add-Ons, Education, Documents etc, Slide is available at: Slides

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After Discussions with SUMO Heros, we moved to share the community agenda and How to throw an event and other useful informations.

For Blog Readers:

  1. Mr. Gautam Sharma: http://bit.ly/minicamp1
  2. Mr. Deepanshu Takhur: http://bit.ly/minicamp_2
  3. Mr. Varun Kaushik: http://bit.ly/minicamp3
  4. Mr. Raj Rohit: http://bit.ly/minicamp4

For Newspaper Readers:

  1. After Event: http://bit.ly/minicamp_news1
  2. Before Event: http://bit.ly/minicamp_news2

For Etherpad Readers:

  1. Event Etherpad: http://bit.ly/etherpad_1
  2. Webmaker & AppDev: http://bit.ly/etherpad_2

For Flickr Lovers:

  1. MiniCamp Flickr: http://bit.ly/minicamp_flickr

For Social Active People:

  1. Facebook Collection: http://bit.ly/minicamp_facebook
  2. Twitter Collection: http://bit.ly/minicamp_twitter

More About Event:

  1. Reps Portal: http://bit.ly/minicamp_repsportal

So I think now i should wrap-up now because if you are not satisfy with this then “Don’t forget to join us in the next event”.

Thank you so much Chandan, Anju and Gautam for Joining us, Hope we haven’t disappointed you by our event performance. Also Thanks to Trishul (I can’t forget our late night Preparation/Discussions of MiniCamp) and Osho (You areΒ  ROCKSTAR).

Last but not a least thanks to Vineel, Dron and Ram, this event couldn’t be possible without you all.

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I hope, i will soon be able to waste your time (By Reading Blog)

“Have a MiniCamp Day”

Mozilla’s Eight Projects As Of Current Stats

1.Rust

Rust is a systems programming language that combines strong compile-time correctness guarantees with fast performance. It improves upon the ideas of other systems languages like C++ by providing guaranteed memory safety (no crashes, no data races) and complete control over the lifecycle of memory. Strong memory guarantees make writing correct concurrent Rust code easier than in other languages.

2.Servo

Servo is an experimental web browser layout engine being developed by Mozilla, with Samsung porting it to Android and ARM processors. The prototype seeks to create a highly parallel environment, in which many components (such as rendering, layout, HTML parsing, image decoding, etc) are handled by fine-grained, isolated tasks. The project has a symbiotic relationship with the Rust programming language, in which it is being developed.

3.Shumway

Shumway is an HTML5 technology experiment that explores building a faithful and efficient renderer for the SWF file format without native code assistance.

4.PDF.js

PDF.js is a Portable Document Format (PDF) viewer that is built with HTML5. PDF.js is community-driven and supported by Mozilla Labs with a goal to create a general-purpose, web standards-based platform for parsing and rendering PDFs.

5.Asm.js

asm.js is a strict subset of JavaScript that can be used as a low-level, efficient target language for compilers. This sublanguage effectively describes a sandboxed virtual machine for memory-unsafe languages like C or C++. A combination of static and dynamic validation allows JavaScript engines to employ an ahead-of-time (AOT) optimising compilation strategy for valid asm.js code.

6.TogetherJS

TogetherJS is a free, open source JavaScript library by Mozilla that adds collaboration features and tools to your website. By adding TogetherJS to your site, your users can help each other out on a website in real time.

7.Big Blue Button

BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system built on over fourteen open source components to create an integrated solution that runs on mac, unix, or PC computers.

8.Parallel.js

Parallel.js is a simple library for parallel computing in Javascript, either in Node.js or in the Web Browser. Parallel takes advantage of Web Workers for the web, and child processes for Node.

 

Cheers..!! Doing Good is Part of Our Code….!!