We have a quick update to share before this year ends.
There is some good progress with the community restructuring process – thanks to all those who participated in sharing their ideas for activities.
We have now a landing wiki that will serve as a canonical platform. This page has a brief summary of the entire process and its outcome. We would love to hear your inputs to better it.
The Discussion page of the same wiki has details of all the teams. Each of the Functional and Focus team has their own page e.g. this. These team pages are owned by the respective team members. Each team can list down the active team members, share their strategy, goals, activities, and reports, etc. The provisional meta team would love to help set up a centralized form-based sign up process that will help each team recruit new members to the community.
We have added all the community members that had participated in the first round of the ideation exercise into different teams that they showed interest in. But many of you who did not participate earlier can still fill out the form  or share directly in the discussion page under the “Ideas” section.
Please feel free to add yourself to the functional/focus groups in the team pages based on the activities you are already doing and are interested to participate in the future. Though there is no limit to how much one can contribute by being part of many teams, you might want to prioritize and join two-three teams to start with.
We are committed to bring diversity and inclusion as a major outcome of this process. So, please encourage your fellow Mozillians, especially those who shy away from sharing publicly, to participate and share their ideas here and join their teams in the team page e.g. this.
Now that there is a public wiki, please feel free to share with the provisional meta team any questions/concerns you might have.
Last but not the least, four Mozillians have showed interest to join the provisional meta team and offer their support to better this exercise. We are working on creating a process to learn about their abilities to take active lead on some upcoming tasks.
The provisional meta team, as you might have observed from earlier discussions, will lead into creating a permanent meta team. We are yet to finalize on the actual process but will surely share when we have something solid.
Please do reach out to me if you would like to share/discuss anything with me. My contact details are in my sign.
Thank you all and wish you a very happy new year in advance!