We are very happy to announce Mozilla will be at CeBIT all next week. Its the first time we have a presence at this event — which is actually the world’s largest and most renowned trade fair for the world of IT and telecommunications. We are able to attend, along with 14 other open source projects (- read a full list here) — thanks to Linux New Media, the CeBIT organizers and the Deutsche Messe. I’ll be attending, along with Chris Hofmann, Tim Riley, Tomcat and Kai Engert. So, be sure to stop, by say hello, and find out what’s new at Mozilla.
During CeBIT you can also listen to 2 Mozilla presentations held in the CeBIT Open Source Forum:
Session 1 –
Timing: Wednesday March 4th at 2:30pm
Title: Understanding Open Source & Mozilla. How You Can Leverage Firefox in Your Enterprise or Institution.
Speakers: Chris Hofmann (Dir. of Special Projects)
Chris will explain what is behind Firefox’s amazing growth in browser market share over the last 5 years, and offers insight into what is driving adoption in Enterprise and Institutional settings. He will share ideas on how to evaluate if Open Source is the right solution for your organization, and how institutions are gaining leverage in their businesses by using Open Source Software solutions. Chris will describe how to set up pilot projects to identify and remove obstacles for successfully deploying Firefox.
Mozilla will describe how you can have impact on improving the web, and contributing to a better browser experience for 230 Million browser users around the world. Sharing the core values of the Mozilla project and why people participate, Mozilla will explain how you can get involved in a wide variety of ways; including non-programming areas. Find out about projects which are looking for help.
When is CeBIT?
March 3rd – 8th, 2009
Where is it, and how can you find us?
We look forward to see you there!