Discussions about add-on development, add-on support and <a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/">addons.mozilla.org</a>. You can also <a href="https://developer.mozilla.org/Add-ons">learn more about add-ons on MDN</a>, or in the <a href="https://blog.mozilla.org/addons/">add-ons blog</a>.
Discussion of the Firefox Developer Tools.
The "Participation Systems" category includes conversations around ongoing efforts to make Mozilla more participatory by innovating on our internal communications and collaborative infrastructure.
Discussions for the Mozilla Mexico community.
If you want to track the things we currently work on, head over to our <a href="https://github.com/mozilla/participation-org/issues">issues tracking repository</a>.
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The "Campus Clubs" category includes conversations and information to empower students to protect, teach, and build the open web on University and College campuses world-wide.
Tablet Contributor Program
Welcome to the Tablet contributor program discussion forum!
Discussion about Test Pilot and testpilot.firefox.com.<br>Learn more about the project on our wiki: <a href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/Test_Pilot">https://wiki.mozilla.org/Test_Pilot</a>.
Squee, Spleen and Spoons of Mozilla Community gather here to discuss world domination strategies. Anyone interested in working on their skills as a Mozilla Tech Speaker & developing high quality reusable technical content -- this is your space.
Discussions for <a href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/WoMoz">WoMoz</a>.
Discussions for the Mozilla India community.
Discussions for support.mozilla.org
Category for Mozilla Reps to discuss about the program and activities.
Activities and announcements for the core participation mobilizers.
Discussions related to the transition from Firefox OS to the <a href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/B2G/Transition_Project">B2G OS Community Project</a><br><a href="https://wiki.mozilla.org/B2G/Meeting">Weekly meetings</a> happen on Tuesday at 16:00 UTC.
This is the place for mozillians to gather, talk and discuss about any general topic around Mozilla Project and its products.
Discussion about this forum, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.
Open Innovation Toolkit
A space to discuss the content of toolkit.mozilla.org, provide feedback and add content
Equal Rating Innovation Challenge
A space to discuss and talk about the <a href="https://equalrating.com/">Mozilla Open Innovation Challenge program</a>.
Questions and answers about Firefox browser development. Come help us build the best web browser and the future of the Open Web.
Discussions relating to Community Ops
Discussions about Connected Devices initiatives, ideas and hacking.
Community WebDev is modeled after Community IT. It is a group that offers mentoring and WebDev opportunities to people wanting to learn or improve their WebDev skills. Anyone with WebDev experience is welcome to join as a mentor (you don't have to have been a Mozillian previously) and anyone is welcome to learn.
Welcome to the Community Design Group!
Mozilla Communities Web Services
MCWS provides web resources to communities, like hosting, domains and email. This is our primary communication channel. Please ask lots of questions!
Take Back The Web Campaign
The Take Back the Web Campaign is a University & College based campaign built on student leaders and mentors who are working together to raise awareness and empower other students to make choices about how their personal information is used online.
Education and Training are a key piece in empowering our community as individuals, contributors and community builders. This category will :
Firefox Student Ambassadors
Discussions for the Firefox Student Ambassadors program.
This category is for discussions around Linux in relation to Mozilla.
Mozilla Nativo discussions of group reference in #mozilla #nativo #moznativo
Česká komunita aplikací Mozilla
Discussions for the MozWeekend Framework.
Language Exchange is a Mozilla program to connect more advanced language learners with native speaking Mozillians for coaching and conversation practice.
We are a small, but growing, group of intrepid community members (staff and volunteers) that believe Mozilla should help protect the web through Machine Translation.
About the CommSquared Public category
Discussions for local communities. You can email to firstname.lastname@example.org to post to this category.
Impact Teams (Archive)
Impact teams are groups of Mozilla volunteers and paid staff with a shared set of skill-sets and interests, working together as a team on a specific project or initiative.
Discussions for the Mozilla Slovenia community.
Discussion about testing and the Mozilla QA community.