Sunday, 11 June 2017

Moz Coffee - Mozilla MP (Bhopal)


This blog post is about our community meeting for planning on agenda’s while also meeting new contributor in-person to get them engaged in the right direction.


·        On boarding new contributors

·        Promoting/encouraging Womoz in the community.

·        MozActivate

·        Goals for upcoming quarters in the community.

·        Campus Clubs

So we reached the venue at 1pm and started with interacting with new members knowing about their contributing areas and plannings for upcoming months  
Vaibhav Bajaj started with the discussion on the agenda ,He asked the Club Captains of various Campus Clubs ,of having a follow up with the attendees after conducting events in a club so that we get some quality contributors who are dedicated for the Mozilla's Mission also involving new clubs and engaging the existing club's activeness,also about when passing out from a college assigning the new charge and responsibility to other genuine students and getting them on board with community members.
Then Faisal Aziz  gave us a brief about how to proceed with the planned strategies like taking ownership to drive a project taking the responsibility so that people interested can directly approach the person and learn to work and take a step forward.

 So for accountability Kushagra Varade took the ownership of Web CompatibilityVaibhav Bajaj took the ownership of Web Virtual Reality(VR) and Rust to be taken by Raj Nilayam we also considered fact that the community needs to work on Diving into the Rust,add-ons,web compatibility and WebVR for MozActivate.

He also told us to focus on the track we are moving and not getting distracted ,also the new assigned Mozilla Representatives Kushagra , Raj and Robin(Me) were informed to take the responsibilities to drive and grow the community, planning events in the upcoming months making a follow up and documenting the whole.

We also had a discussion of having a mailing list for the community to get in touch with the fellow Mozillians for a proper transfer of information for all the official communications to happen.Documentation of all the resources provided by Mozilla to Mozilla MP community for a track record. 

Also a point was raised to have monthly call for the community because regular meetups are not practically possible but regular communications need to happen for a better working being active, well managed and planned,also we can get ideas from all the community members experienced and new for having a transparency while learning and teaching in a healthy and productive manner.We need to finalize a fix day and time for the call and conducting a monthly call discussing the current and future plans.

  And later we concluded the meetup with a motive to work together with the new plans and having some delicious snacks, soft drinks with pictures and memories :)

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Tuesday, 25 April 2017

A-Frame Hack Night India

WebVR India community conducted an event as WebVR Hackathon night organized by Ram Dayal Vaishnav. Ram is a passionate Open Source contributor to Mozilla’s projects (5 years+), a Mozilla Tech Speaker & Mozilla Representative, and a co-founder of the WebVR India community.
 The WebVR India community conducted a WebVR Hack Night event on 22nd April 2017. In attendance were active members of the community, who collaboratively sprinted on a few goals and brainstormed about the community health and expansion. The event was attended by 29 members from 9 different cities.

The attendees started working on a WebVR India community website to showcase all the related resources in a single place, as well as provide steps for Getting Involved. Apart from this, the WebVR India community now has a good roadmap for the next couple of months (including a contest for fixing A-Frame issues on GitHub.

We worked till morning 6am on the mentioned agenda.The WebVR India community has more than 200 members on its Telegram group, most of whom are focused on A-Frame development and evangelism. Because of its huge presence and community involvement, India is the leading country in organizing events as part of the MozActivate campaign to get more contributors and developers, locally and internationally, evangelizing, and contributing to WebVR and A-Frame.We joined from Bhopal (MozMP,)Me(Robin Koshy) and Mukesh Pathak

  • Crowd source code for aframe-examples repository.
  • Prepare improved get-involved page.
  • Contribution on A-Frame registry.
  • Work on Webvr-India github site and finish atleast first version.
  • Prepare a teaching curriculum and material which can be used by anyone.
  • Retrospection & see how we did till now.
  • Tinker and restructure ourself if required.

 Event Link : 

Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Hello Mozillians,
This blog post is about the successfully organized event at BSSS, Bhopal (M.P.) on 3rd March 2017 by Mozilla Club BSSS. This is the 1st WebVR event organized by our club. The motive of the event was to promote MozActivate campaign in our region and also to provide the platform where people can show their creativity by making good frames. Our team hearty thanks our reps mentor Vaibhav Bajaj (Representative Mentor Mozilla ) for providing us such a great exposer and guidance.
  • Introduction Mozilla and Mission
  • About VR, WebVR & A-Frame
  • Demo of basic A-Frame scene
  • Basic concepts of A-Frame.
  • A-Frame Concepts & implementations
  • Hands-on and build some cool VR Frames
  • Propose your idea for frame you imagine
Kushagra Varade (Founder of Mozilla Club coherent UIT RGPV)
Event Details:-
The orientation of the event was done by me, Club Captain Robin Koshy . He introduced our guest speaker Kushagra Varade (Founder of Mozilla Club coherent UIT RGPV), Mrs. Archana Naik HoD  Dept.of Computer Applications greeted Kushagra with a flower bouquet,

 then I introduced both the executive members Mukesh Pathak and Atharv Deshpandey. I gave a brief introduction on Mozilla its mission and products and then handed over to Kushagra to continue the session with topic of the day.
Kushagra then introduced the basics of HTML, VR, WebVR, and A-Frame to the studentsof BSSS. Later he practically showed hands-on and builds some cool VR Frame and asked students to come up and do the same. And when the students were performing they came up with doubts and we as volunteers helped them out and provided solutions. After that the students tried their best made their VR Frames.

Few students asked questions and Kushagra provided them with answers and then students were asked to do hands-on on A-Frame. The students were excited about making A-Frame and they successfully made many good A-Frames under the guidance of Kushagra. We gave swags to every students.

After our hand-on session one of our executive member Atharv Deshpandey gave us a precise conclusion for our event, and gave vote of thanks and ending the session thanking kushagra for coming to BSSS college and sharing knowledge with the students, he also thanked the faculty members of BSSS Mrs. Archana Naik, Mrs. Prabha Biju and Mrs. Jincy Renjy Thomas for giving the permission and space for organizing this event, Last but not the least he thanked the Club Captain and executive members of Mozilla club BSSS, for making it a successful event.

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Thursday, 1 September 2016


It was the biggest Mozilla India event that I have attended ever before.It was the first time I was going to meet Mozillians all over from India. Also I was very much excited to meet new big contributors from other parts of the country. With loads of anxiety and happiness I departed form Bhopal along with Faisal Sir Rahul Sir Vaibhav Sir Kushagra Raj Rishabh Satyadeep Pune on 26th afternoon.
We reached the Hotel Holiday Pune .For the dinner, we were asked to come in our traditional wear, there was a whole lot of people , wearing traditional dress. And the entire room was looking awesome!
Then we had a couple of activities. There was also a debrief about the event as whole.

Day 1
The first day of the meetup was started with the overview of the meetup.It was followed by George's session about Mozilla's goals. At the end of the session I had a very clear idea about the importance of Mozilla India's role as an active community for Mozilla.
Then the members were split into groups based on the colour of a sticker which they stick into our tags. I got into the session of Web Literacy
I was able to grab the Internet issues which people/governement face these days.Educating the people about Internet5 and the open web.
Then there was this "Personal leadership development session". It was very useful for me , I understood many things regarding the leadership qualitites
Next there was another breakout session. This was based on the functional areas. I chose "Mozilla Campus Club ".
At the end of the day, we had the important session of all - The new structure of Mozilla India community. Every one received a booklet containing proposed restructure of Mozilla India community
Then the structure was explained by Deb, Kaustav and George.

Day 2
The second day started off with Bradley explaining the Developer marketing and brand awareness.
Then we had a session on Team performance and Mobilizing
This session was full of fun. The activities which we made helped me understand how a leader must be and also how people should respect other's ideas and proposals.
Then our breakout session started. I chose "Web compatability" track.
The web compatibility session was handled by Bradley. Everyone knows Mozilla, which supports the notion that web must be open for all, also it helps the web developers to develop websites. During this session , I came to know that it has taken a step more,through web compatibility, Mozilla tries to help the developers in making websites cross-browser compatable. I was very much impressed by Mozilla's mission for this web.
And finally, The most awaited part of the meetup started. The new structure of Mozilla India was released and the modifications from the previous version was discussed. It was an amazingly new structure which I personally think, is flexible enough to maintain such a huge community.
It was a great experience for me and I have met many new friends
Thanks Mozilla India for giving me such an everlasting memory. I will surely be a part of the making Mozilla India stronger in the days to come.