Submissions are open for sessions at the Mozilla Festival! Cathy Davidson and I attended last year and thoroughly enjoyed this fun, inspiring, and educational gathering. (I'm attaching my blog reports to this post as Related Content.) Here's the invitation from Mozilla's Executive Director:
Help us forge the future of the web.
The Mozilla Festival is where many of Mozilla’s best and most innovative ideas spring to life. It’s where passionate thinkers and inventors come together to learn from one another and engage in a conversation about how the web can do more, and do better.
As part of Mozilla’s mission to ensure the web remains a resource open to everyone, MozFest strengthens the global braintrust of bright people dedicated to championing a user-built web. The festival is filled with fiercely unconventional technologists and creators, eager to share their skills.
So I invite you to join us. Bring an idea and we’ll connect you with kindred spirits who will help nurture your ideas through hands-on sessions and interactive workshops. Find your community at MozFest, hone your skills and amplify your voice around our common mission: ensuring the web is an innovation open to all.
Mark Surman— Mark Surman, Executive Director of Mozilla
And more from their web site:
The Mozilla Festival will be hosted at Ravensbourne, a wired media and design campus located in East London next to the O2 concert arena. Its nine floors of open spaces and quiet corners will be transformed into productive maker labs and classrooms.
Our motto is “less yack, more hack.” We’re replacing darkened lecture halls with hands-on sessions and interactive workshops and there’ll be time to hack the ideas that emerge when hundreds of bright minds gather together in one space.
Propose a session at http://sessions.mozillafestival.org/.