We wanted to take the chance to share the Participation Team’s goals for April to June (Q2). We know that this is coming late, and that we didn’t create the chance for feedback before the quarter started – that’s something we’ll aim to fix in future quarters, so please hold us accountable to that.
With that said, we’d welcome: a) Your comments/feedback, b) Any questions you have.
You can read the full document here. Here’s the summary:
Demonstrate that participation brings strategic advantage to Mozilla’s key product and functional goals.
KPI: 15 initiatives demonstrate that participation brings a strategic advantage.
Demonstrate fresh, successful approaches to participation that let us test how we can achieve a strategic advantage.
- 3 sets of focused experiments in participation: a) Firefox for Android in India; b) Firefox OS community building in Senegal and Tunisia; c) developing supporters/contributors through Mozilla.org “Contribute” page (and OneAndDone tool)
- Support 6 product/functional teams in designing for participation on an as-requested basis
- A series of initiatives that build the leadership capacity of ReMos/Regional communities to support the above goals
- Build the agile/open working process and infrastructure we need to be effective as a team