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Mozilla Events

This is meant to be an historical record of various Mozilla events. This includes 'official' events sponsored by as well as mozilla-related talks given at conferences, etc. If you know of an item that should be added, you're looking for a speaker for an event you are planning, or you want to volunteer to speak at some future event, please contact Chris Hofmann.
  • Mozilla Developer Day, August 6th, 2004
    Google Campus, Mountain View, California

  • Mozilla Developer Day, February 27th, 2004
    Mountain View, California

  • Foundation Overview, November, 2003
    Mountain View, California

  • Emerging Technology Group, SDForum, December 10th, 2002

    Ian Oeschger spoke about Mozilla the Platform.

  • Mozilla Developer Day, February 2002
    Brussels, Belgium.

  • Yorktown High School Linux Users Group, January 18, 2002
    Arlington, Virginia

    Using XUL, Robert Melton (MetaCosm Consulting) gives a quick intro to XUL along with brief demonstrations of applications created in it.

  • Silicon Valley Linux User's Group, December 5, 2001
    San Jose, California

    Mike Ang spoke about Building Applications with Mozilla and XPCOM.

  • Mozilla Developer Day, Nov 9, 2001
    Mountain View, California

    • Developing Applications with XUL and JavaScript, Rob Ginda and Joe Hewitt
    • XPCOM, Doug Turner
    • Overview of the Mozilla Project, Mitchell Baker
    • Networking, Gagan Saksena
    • Community QA, Asa Dotzler
    • Business Forum, Mitchell Baker
    • Embedding, Vidur Apparao
    • Mozilla 1.0, Brendan Eich
    • Overview of XBL, Andrew Wooldridge

  • 19th Unicode Conference, September 12, 2001
    San Jose, California

    Katsuhiko Momoi presented CSS and XML for International Content, a discussion and demo of the use of CSS stylsheets to do international styling for XML in Mozilla.

    Katsuhiko Momoi presented A Composite Approach to Language/Encoding Detection, a discussion of Mozilla's universal auto-detection technology.

  • O'Reilly Open Source Convention, July 25-26 2001

    • State of the Mozilla Project, Mitchell Baker (
    • State of the Mozilla Codebase, Brendan Eich, Rob Ginda (Netscape Communications Corporation)
    • Embedding Mozilla, Judson Valeski (Netscape Communications Corporation)
    • Komodo: Building an Application Based on the Mozilla Framework, David Ascher (ActiveState)
    • Lessons Learned from Working with Mozilla Mike Shaver, Richard Alan, David Ascher (ActiveState), Richard Burridge (Sun Microsystems)
    • Community QA and Testing Asa Dotzler (
    • Mitchell Baker was a member of the 'response to Microsoft' Panel.

  • 18th Unicode Conference, April 26, 2001
    Hong Kong

    Frank Yung-Fong Tang presented CSS and XML for International Content, a discussion and demo of the use of CSS stylsheets to do international styling for XML in Mozilla.

  • 2.0, April 22, 2001
    Tokyo, Japan

    Not just a party, but a day of developer presentations organized by Mozilla-gumi

  • International Macintosh Users Group, January 18, 2001
    Cupertino, California

    International Features of Netscape 6 Mail , presented by Katsuhiko Momoi and Naoki Hotta.

  • New York Mozilla Developer Meeting, December 21, 2000
    New York City

  • XMLDevCon2000, November 15, 2000
    San Jose, California

    Shelley Powers spoke about interface development with XUL. She discussed Mozilla as a development environment featuring ActiveState's Komodo product.

  • MathML International Conference 2000, October 20-21
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Roger B. Sidje (University Of Queensland) spoke about MathML in Mozilla.

  • Warpstock Europe 2000, October 13-15, 2000
    Karlsruhe, Germany

    Michael Kaply (IBM) gave an overview of Warpzilla, (Mozilla on OS/2).

  • mozilla developer day, September 23-24, 2000
    Frankfurt, Germany
  • Unicode Conference, September 5-9, 2000
    San Jose, California

    SSGO Binary Tree - A Small and Fast Unicode Basic Case Mapping Algorithm , presented by Frank Yung-Fong Tang.

  • Second Mozilla Developer Meeting, August 18, 2000
    Mountain View, California
  • Ottawa Linux Symposium, July 22, 2000
    Michael Ang

    Introduction to XPCOM: Modular Code In Mozilla

  • O'Reilly Open Source Convention, July 19-20, 2000
    Monterey, California

    • State of Mozilla: Mitchell Baker
    • Inside the Lizard: Mozilla Architecture Overview: Michael Ang and Brendan Eich
    • Zope Mozilla Initiative: Paul Everrit
    • Writing a Mozilla application with XUL and JS: ChatZilla. Rob Ginda.
    • How to build a pluggable component: Scott Collins.
    • An in-depth look at Mozilla Mail/News: Alec Flett & Seth Spitzer
    • Open Source Crypto and Mozilla: Frank Hecker
    • Many Faces of Mozilla: Ben Goodger
  • SeaMonkey Brown Bag Sessions, April-August 2000
    Netscape Communications Corporation. Mountain View, California

    In-house training sessions at Netscape. Video made available online.

  • First Mozilla Developer Meeting, April 7, 2000
    Mountain View, California
  • Mozilla Pizza Party, April 6, 2000
    Stanford University, California

    Seth Spitzer spoke about hacking Mozilla.

  •, April 6, 2000
    Tokyo, Japan

    Not just a party, but a day of developer presentations organized by Mozilla-gumi

  • 3.0, April 6, 2000
    San Francisco, California

    A party celebrating the second anniversary of the Mozilla source release.

  • Sixteenth International Unicode Conference, March 27-30, 2000
    Amsterdam, Holland

    Unicode Case Mapping, presented by Frank Yung-Fong Tang.

    List Identifier Generations and Unicode, presented by Frank Yung-Fong Tang.

  • XML Developer's Conference, September 1999(?)
    Montreal, Quebec
    Nisheeth Ranjan (Netscape Communications Corporation) spoke about XML and Related Standards in Gecko
  • Codestock, Sept 21-22 1999 Mountain View, California

    A developer event for Gecko technologies. There were three different seminars covering the topics of building W3C standard content in Mozilla, the Mozilla Plug-in API, and embedding gecko and the javascript engine into applications.

  • O'Reilly Open Source Conference, August 23, 1999

    Mitchell Baker spoke about Mozilla and Mike Ang spoke to a group of about 50 people at a Birds of a Feather session.

  • Ottawa Linux Symposium, July 24, 1999
    Mike Shaver, Michael Ang

    Inside the Lizard: A look at Mozilla Technology and Architecture

  • 2.0, April 1, 1999
    San Francisco, California

    A party celebrating the first anniversary of the Mozilla source release.

  • International Macintosh Users Group, September 17, 1998
    Cupertino, California

    Multilingual Mozilla - Mozilla Language Enabling Project , presented by Frank Yung-Fong Tang.

  • Thirteenth International Unicode Conference, September 8-11, 1998
    San Francisco, California

    Multilingual Mozilla- Mozilla Language Enabling Project, presented by Frank Yung-Fong Tang

  • mozilla dot party, April 1, 1998
    San Francisco, California

    A little party to celebrate the release of the Mozilla source code, and to thank all of the folks who helped make it happen.