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Mozilla Releases Security Update for Firefox

The Mozilla Foundation has released Firefox 37.0.1 to address two vulnerabilities, one of which may allow a remote attacker to conduct man-in-the-middle attacks.

Users and administrators are encouraged to review the Security Advisories for… 13 more words

Security

Maker Party 2015: The Evolution of a Year-long Party

The party don’t stop (that’s always been one of my favourite lines to say!). For 2015 our Learning Networks team decided to take a step back to evaluate how our beloved Maker Party could bridge the gap between a campaign and year long engagement strategy. 1,073 more words

Work

Building, Learning and Evolving (Q + A)

Recently, Mark (Executive Director of Mozilla Foundation) asked me to do a bit of personal reflection on my time at Mozilla and answer a few questions. 696 more words

Learnings

Mozilla and the Future of the Open Internet

People often ask me: Why are you still involved so deeply with Mozilla? Firefox won. Why haven’t you gone on to do something else? Does Mozilla still have work to do? 1,050 more words

General

MozFest 2014

At the weekend a small team (including my good self) were representing the Zooniverse at MozFest 2014 in London. The conference, organised by the Mozilla Foundation, brings people together from all around the world who essentially want to work on making the internet a better place. 69 more words

Citizen Science

Webmaker Mentor

I started my contribution towards Mozilla by getting involved with the Webmaker project.
I still remember, being the club lead of SIMS Firefox Club, our very first event was a small little Makerparty. 300 more words

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