The Get Involved page on mozilla.org is one of the primary ways future community members reach out to join Mozilla and work with us to build a better Internet.
In March 2013, we turned the Get Involved page into an animated slideshow celebrating Mozilla’s 15th anniversary.Read more
I talked recently at DjangoCon about how to build better Python packages. As engineers we all use each other’s open source libraries everyday so it’s nice when 1) they work, 2) they’re well documented, and 3) they’re well tested.Read more
We’re excited to release a new onboarding experience for users updating to the new Firefox (Australis). We’re not just introducing a new design in Firefox 29, but a new way for the web and chrome to interact with each other in our onboarding experience. This will allow us to show, not just tell the users what is new in Firefox and educate them about the browser. Read more
After months of hard work by talented Mozillians, both paid and volunteer, DXR’s UI overhaul branch has hit production! With more efficient workflows, support for multiple trees, and improvements in discoverability, it makes searching Mozilla’s codebases more fun and takes a big step toward the retirement of legacy tools.Read more