A brief outline of June 24th:

11:00 – 13:00 Press conference – Video

13:00 – 15:00 Lunch time

15:00 – The Talks

  • 15:00 – Tristan Nitot – The Mozilla story – Video
  • 16:15 – Zbigniew Braniecki – The New Future of collaboration – Video
  • 17:45 – Gorazd GolobExtensions for Firefox and what has to do with it – Video
  • 18:40 – Marko SamasturEasy deployment of site-extensions with a browser plugin – Video
  • 19:00 – Marko Mrdjenovi?Improving the Web

20:00 – 21:00 One hour chill out time

21:00 – The party


MicrophoneIt shouldnt be a party straight away, right? I mean we’ll not stop you from beeing happy before 21:00, but we’ll encourage you to attend some of the lectures as well, learn something new and meet some people, so you’ll feel right at home at the party (well, maybe not so close to home as you won’t have to clean up afterwards :) )

There will be four talks, with adequate breaks between them.

We can’t confirm the topics just yet, so stay tuned and follow the feed.

If you haven’t done so yet, don’t forget to register.

The Mozilla story: our open source journey, and roads for the future of the Web

Tristan Nitot, President of Mozilla Europe, shares Mozilla’s unique history and highlights insights into what has made Mozilla one of the most influential and successful Open Source projects. Plus – Firefox 3, a Guinness World Record and what we can expect next.

Scheduled at 15:00

The New Future of Collaboration – how a group of people can come together and change the World!

Taking Mozilla as example, Zbigniew Braniecki explains how collaborative mechanisms and beliefs have been around as part of Open Source for decades. Zbigniew shares insights into why people want to contribute and give up their free time, and explores elements needed for a community to thrive, common obstacles they face, and how to measure success.  The vast possibilities of online collaboration on the Web are only just beginning.

Scheduled at 16:15

Extensions for Firefox and what has to do with it

Given the statistics of users of our search engine, we at the company Interseek have decidedto publish a tool bar for the Firefox browser. Firefox enables us to deliver many improvements for our users and now the release of Firefox 3 even widens this ability. With these extensions we encourage our users to use Firefox. Gorazd Golob will be presenting how exactly the biggest search engine in Slovenia makes Firefox extensions.

Scheduled at 17:45

Easy deployment of site-extensions with a browser plugin

Browser extensions offer a way to augment websites with no integration points. We will use Zemanta as a case-study to explore challenges developers face and approaches we can use to make building, maintaining and distributing such applications as cheaply and reliably as possible. Marko Samastur, Zemanta’s expert on javascript will explain the black magic behind their Firefox extension.

Scheduled at 18:40

Improving the web

Mozilla is one of the first proponents of the open web and with its products led the community to a more open and faster process of applying new technologies to the web. While turning the focus to the end user, Firefox in its third edition brings many useful thing to the developer world. Marko Mrdjenovi?, Slovenian representative of the WaSP ILG and the lead of local web-related weekly talks Spletne urice, presents how Firefox 3 is improving the web.

Scheduled at 19:00

The party

The party The peak of the day. Finally the time to relax and mingle, accompanied by live DJ beats and plenty of people to talk to. Need I say more?