The Venue for the first MozillaCamp Delhi, the friendly unconference in India has been finalized. Here are the details of the same:
Date: Tuesday, 10th February, 2009 (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
Indian Social Institute (Near Ram Mandir) For more details, Click http://www.isidelhi.org.in
10, Institutional Area, Lodhi Road -110003, New Delhi.
If you are a mozilla user or want to know more about Mozilla, do register yourselves at
For all our blogger friends in and around Delhi, you have a chance to attend Mozilla Camp happening at Delhi. MozillaCamp is a friendly unconference where people get-together to share, learn and talk about anything and everything related to Mozilla-Firefox. It takes place on February 10, 2009 at New Delhi. We all know how important & Inevitable Open-Source has become and Mozilla-Firefox has been landmark in this regard. Let us come come together to celebrate this wonderful offering to the Open-Source world. Embark on this beautiful Sojourn filled with Fun & Enjoyment!
What is MozillaCampDelhi?
Conglomeration of Mozilla Firefox’s Community Spreading their love over the years, for the first time get together to learn, share and discuss in a single day event celebrating the spirit of open source the Mozilla way. On February 10th, 2009 Two Mozilla stalwarts Seth Bindernagel and Arun Ranganathan will be joining the open source community in New Delhi and discussing the Mozilla initiative to a better web through open source. MozillaCampDelhi is the First Mozilla Unconference in India.
SETH BINDERNAGEL, DIRECTOR OF LOCALIZATION
Seth is Director of Mozilla’s localization efforts. He is a member of Mozilla’s Evangelism team and also helps the product marketing team with projects directed at open source community building and marketing. Before becoming Director of Localization, he launched the Community Giving and Empowerment programs at Mozilla. (From his Linked In Profile: http://linkedin.com/in/sethbindernagel)
ARUN RANGANATHAN, STANDARDS EVANGELIST
As a Standards Evangelist at Mozilla, Arun works on Web API issues, ECMAScript issues, and general web platform issues. His vision revolves around the openness of the web platform and harnessing its true potential. (From his Linked In Profile: http://linkedin.com/in/arunranga)
To know more details about this event, visit
You can contact Mohak Prince at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further details that you may require. Do register yourself at the wiki and attend the event. It will be great listening to Seth and Arun and you would have fun there.