Mozillians all over the world Celebrating 15 years of building a better Web
Fifteen years ago, Mozilla was born out of the idea that a tiny non-profit—powered by a huge global community—could build a better Web.
(I received a letter from Brian King – Mozilla European Community Builder – Mozilla)
We are celebrating the Mozilla anniversary with the world on April 2. To commemerate 15 years of a better Web, the @Firefox and @Mozilla Twitter accounts will be posting 15 facts about Mozilla and pointing to www.mozilla.org/contribute throughout the day. In addition, @Firefox and @Mozilla will be asking followers to share their #webstory – and we’d love you to participate.
1. Share your #Webstory with us on Twitter April 2
You have made Mozilla’s #webstory possible, and we invite you to Retweet the 15 Mozilla facts and/or participate by submitting your own story. Give us a Tweet, an image or a video about how you’ve contributed to 15 years of Mozilla, what Mozilla and Firefox mean to you, or a memorable moment you’ve had on the Web. Be sure to post on Twitter with the hashtag #webstory. We’ll be retweeting and responding throughout the day to amplify our anniversary celebration.
Get together with Mozillians and invite others as well to come and celebrate 15 years of the open web with a party. Talk about what Mozilla does, and what the next 15 years might hold. These get togethers can be supported through the Reps event system.
Please spread the word among other Mozillians in your community.
And this is just the beginning. We will be working on other activities to make this a year-long celebration.
Looking forward to it!