Tag: #webmaker

on Webmaking Science

Since the end of October, Mozilla has had an open Directorship position for something called the ‘Webmaking Science Lab’. Other than this posted opening, I can’t seem to find anything written on this project. My assumption is that this is an idea that hasn’t been developed much beyond the recognition that ‘open science’ is an…

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Why Mozilla? Manifesto and Milestones

This post is going to be the first in a series I’ll revisit from time to time answering the question: “Why Mozilla?” A little known fact: Mozilla is an organization with a Manifesto. It’s an inspiring document that outlines the principles upon which Mozilla operates toward fulfilling its mission of preserving a free and open…

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Markup APIs and the Read/Write Web

In my previous post on how Web Components should inform the Mozilla Webmaker roadmap I make mention of ‘widgets, buttons, and badges.’ The context behind this grouping of things is Kin Lane‘s exploration of ‘Embeddable API Strategy‘ contributing to his work on defining API Building Blocks. When Twitter first came out with their suite of…

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Web Components and Mozilla Webmaker

A few days ago, Brett Gaylor posted a Popcorn presentation with some proposed use cases to inform the technical roadmap for Mozilla Webmaker. I’m actually jumping up and down right now because I’ve literally had this blog post (the one you’re reading at this very moment) ready to go for two weeks and the timing…

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