#MozKopdarJKT: #FoxYeah Jakarta

To celebrate the latest Firefox update we are creating a campaign that helps fans of Firefox invite the people in their networks to download Firefox. You can find events all around the world with hashtag #FoxYeah for this occasion.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

In Indonesia, we did in 5 cities: Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Madura, and Sinjai. In this post, I will write about the #Foxyeah event in Jakarta. We have mozillians meetup regularly in Jakarta. Like once in two or three months, we organize #MozKopdarJKT event. And this time, #MozKopdarJKT felt so different with #FoxYeah.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah : Registration Table

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

For the first time, finally, we held our event at Jakarta Digital Valley, Menara Multimedia fl.6 – Kebon Sirih. Thanks to Jakarta Digital Valley (JakDiVa) and DBB Accelerator for the venue.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

#MozKopdarJKT started with introduction with each attendees, and I start to explain about what’s new in Firefox 38, such as Pocket Integration and Firefox Hello with tab sharing.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

A new integration with the popular save-it-for-later service Pocket will allow Firefox users to save articles, videos and more right from Firefox. A user can retrieve saved content by clicking on the Pocket icon in Firefox or by installing the Pocket app on their smartphone or tablet. You can access Pocket through your Firefox account.

Pocket Integration
Pocket Integration

We’ve also added tab sharing to Firefox Hello, our WebRTC based video communication platform that allows a user to converse without downloading software or creating an account. Just start a conversation, send your friend a link and ask them to click it. The addition of tab sharing provides users with the ability to share content while chatting on video.

Firefox Hello with tab sharing
Firefox Hello with tab sharing

After my presentation, Rizki Ariestiyansyah, our new Indonesian Rep, spoke about how Firefox gives you choice and control, also how Firefox gives you tools for transparency. And of course, along with the demonstration for duckduckgo, forget button, private browsing, Do Not Track, lightbeam, showing the open code and the process, etc.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

Next, William Quiviger as Global Community Manager for Mozilla, sharing about the Participation at Mozilla, which is very interesting to learn.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

Dian Ina and Eriska got a chance to share about Mozilla Club that night. More about Mozilla Club, you can check here.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

The coolest thing that will be launch next month, Webmaker App for Android. Arief Bayu introduce a glimpse of Webmaker App for Android with some app demo.

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

At the end of the event, Yofie Setiawan launched our new community website. Yes, it is new and fresh! Please check it out at http://www.mozilla.or.id/ :) Thanks to Yofie for the big effort in redesigning and rebuilding our beloved community website :)

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

mozilla.or.id

And of course, the group photo!

#MozKopdarJKT - #FoxYeah

..and enjoy this! ;)


Thank you XNAWorld for the awesome video :)

Webmaker App Launch Meeting

June 14th, 2015. Mozillians, Reps, Webmaker Mentor, FSAs gathered at Ibis Tamarin Hotel – KH Wahid Hasyim, Jakarta. A special training about Webmaker App for Android was held in that place, and all the attendees have to prepare for the Webmaker App for Android launch within a few weeks. William Quiviger came to Jakarta to teach us in this training.

Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Webmaker App GTM Meeting
Planning Workshop

Mozilla Foundation believe the Web is at its best when all users can participate and create. With that goal, the Mozilla Foundation is excited to launch two new initiatives:

  • The all-new Webmaker: a free, open source platform that is simple, fun and a key building block for understanding the Web. Emerging from beta in June.
  • Mozilla Clubs: an opportunity for makers, mentors and learners to meet regularly to learn the mechanics, culture and citizenship of the Web together.

Together, these two initiatives aim to empower people everywhere to actively shape — not just passively use — the Web.

Mozilla Foundation set out in 2015 to reinvent Webmaker as a single product that would appeal to a mass market of makers and serve as a simple entry point for learning basic Web literacy.

The All-new Webmaker App
Mozilla’s first user-generated content platform with fun at its core. Combining the participatory spirit of the Web with a focus on local community and content, we’ve built a tool that allows anyone the opportunity to elevate their skills from Web user to Webmaker.

Key features include:

  • Unique & flexible content creation
  • Easy to use & fun
  • Locale-based discovery gallery
  • Built-in sharing
  • Available in 5 languages (and growing)
  • Remixable content to inspire peer-to-peer creativity
  • Connectivity to community of fellow web makers
  • Embedded with “lego-like” learning opportunities
  • Free, open-source, and independent

Webmaker is for anyone who has a mobile device and is looking for a creative, fun and unique way to tell their create, discover and share content on the Web.

Mozilla Clubs
Mozilla Clubs are groups of learners guided by a club captain who meet regularly to learn the mechanics, culture and citizenship of the web to foster innovation and collaboration on the open Web.

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A Mozilla Club will:

  • Teach how to read, write and participate on the web using participatory learning, rather than listening and watching.
  • Develop the digital skills and leadership of its learners while contributing to a global community of peers.
  • Empower learners through purposeful making, reflective learning, and meaningful action with and on the Web.

A Mozilla Club must:

  • Meet regularly and on an ongoing basis
  • Have at least one Club Captain who organizes the group, and guides the learning and adds the club to the map.
  • Commit to the mission of spreading Web literacy with Mozilla.

Launch in Indonesia
In order to launch the Webmaker App for Android in Indonesia, we have so many homework to make it happen. Localization, create contents, school visits, campus visits, Mozilla clubs, finding Mozilla club captains, etc.

Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop
Planning Workshop: Group Photo
Planning Workshop: Group Photo

And we ended the day with Satay Party and Karaoke :P
Photos from Rizky Ariestiyansyah, Yofie Setiawan and Diky Arga. More photos at Rizky Ariestiyansyah’s Flickr album.

Visit to SMK Assalaam – Kab. Bandung

Several weeks ago, we got an e-mail from one of the teacher at SMK Assalam – Kab. Bandung. In his e-mail, he wants Mozilla Indonesia come and visit his school in Kabupaten Bandung. After exchanging some e-mails and texts, finally we can decide when to visit the school, on May 30th, 2015, after Festival TIK 2015 in Bandung.

SMK Assalam is one of the vocational schools in Indonesia, with a competency expertise Lightweight Vehicle Engineering (Automotive Engineering Four-Wheeled and two), Motorcycle Engineering (Mechanical Automotive Wheels Two and Four Wheels), and Computer Engineering and Information Technology with a curriculum which refers to industry and official curriculum. The school itself is 1 hour driving from the central of Bandung City, located at Cibaduyut Raya street.

Me, Fauzan Alfi, Muhammad Fadhil, Rizky Ariestiyansyah, Shinta Setiawan, Budiman, and Eriska Triana are visiting the school, and met the principal, teachers, students of SMK Assalaam.

Students from SMK Assalaam - Kab. Bandung
Students from SMK Assalaam – Kab. Bandung
Explaining about Mozilla to the principal and teachers
Explaining about Mozilla to the principal and teachers

I shared all the things about Mozilla community and Mozilla projects to the principal and teachers of SMK Assalaam, Fauzan shared all about FirefoxOS, Webmaker and Mozilla Club. It seems that the principal and teachers of SMK Assalaam are interested with Mozilla Club program.

Reps and Mozillians are visiting SMK Assalaam - Kab. Bandung
Reps and Mozillians are visiting SMK Assalaam – Kab. Bandung
Reps and Mozillians are visiting SMK Assalaam - Kab. Bandung
Reps and Mozillians are visiting SMK Assalaam – Kab. Bandung

We also got a chance to walk around the school, visiting the lab and the class room, meet with the students.

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Visiting the lab
Visitng the lab
Visiting the lab
Students at SMK Assalaam
Students at SMK Assalaam
The computer lab in SMK Assalaam
The computer lab in SMK Assalaam

After all the chat and discussions, we are hoping the SMK Assalaam soon will be one of our Mozilla Clubs in Indonesia.

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See the photos for this visit at Rizky Ariestiyansyah’s flickr album.

External links:
Visit to SMK Assalaam Bandung
Mozilla Indonesia has been Visited SMK Assalam at Bandung District

#WikuFest4 : Creative World

For the third consecutive time, Mozilla Indonesia participated in Wikusama Festival (WikuFest), SMK Telkom Malang, on the 30–31 January 2015. In 2013 and 2014, Mozilla Indonesia also participated on the same event.

This year’s WikuFest speakers from Mozilla Indonesia are: Arief Bayu Purwanto, Irayani Queencyputri (Rara), Fauzan Alfi, Muhammad Fadhil, and Rizki Dwi Kelimutu (FSA Univ. Dian Nuswantoro).

Mozilla Indonesia at #WikuFest4
Mozilla Indonesia at #WikuFest4

What is WikuFest? According to their site, Wikusama Festival is an annual event held by Ikatan Alumni Wikusama (Wikusama Alumni League), a two-day seminar with speakers from SMK Telkom Malang alumni, whom has proven their track record in the ICT industry.

#WikuFest4
#WikuFest4

Just like last year, WikuFest provided parallel classes that students of SMK Telkom Malang could participate in. Although students from the 11th and 12th grade could join the classes, the 10th graders were expected to only join the event as volunteers.

Wall of Dreams #WikuFest4
Wall of Dreams #WikuFest4

This year’s class from Mozilla was quite varied. There was a four-hour Maker Party hosted by Fauzan and Fadhil, and two sessions of workshop on Support Mozilla (SuMo) sprint hosted by Kelimutu. Arief, as usual, gave talks on the topic Bootstrap Your Firefox OS Development. There was also a class on Privacy and Security on the Web by Rara, and a class on How to Contribute by Fauzan.

Maker Party with Fauzan and Fadhil
Discussion at the Maker Party
Maker Party group photo
Bootstrap Your Firefox OS Development with Arief
SuMo Sprint with Rizki Dwi Kelimutu
Privacy and Security on the Web with Rara
Privacy class group photo

Other than the parallel classes that were mentioned, there was also a Mentor Meetup. During this meetup, the participants of WikuFest were invited to approach any speakers and started a discussion on a topic they liked.

Mentor meetup with Mozilla Indonesia

The festivities of WikuFest did not end with the classes. The process of sharing and learning remain ongoing even after the festival had wrapped up. See you later on the next WikuFest!

Photos of the event can be accessed via Flickr.

#fx10 Jakarta : 10 Years of Firefox

Firefox reaches to 10 years on November 9th, 2014. And Mozilla Indonesia are celebrating #fx10 with almost 50 Mozillians at Jakarta, on November 14th, 2014.

The event was held at Eatology Cafe, Central Jakarta. As usual birthday party, there is always a bite to eat, there were Firefox cupcakes, birthday candles, and of course there are some gifts to take home.

We had some discussions, talks and share about the last 10 years and talk about Firefox and Mozilla in general, about Firefox Developer Edition, and about Firefox Student Ambassador program.

Irayani Queencyputri was talking about the last 10 years, Firefox and Mozilla in general
Yofie Setiawan was sharing about Firefox Developer Edition
Rizky Ariestiyansyah was sharing about the Firefox Student Ambassador program.

And don’t forget about the party!

Dinner is served!
Some happy mozillians :p

Some goodies to bring home ?
Say your birthday wish!

And the last thing, photo sessions!

Prepare for the board
Firefox ears!
Firefox is our independent choice!
And of course, the group photo!

See you in the next meetup!! \^o^/

Reps Council Election : Q&A and Video

Hi all,
This is a post related to the Mozilla Reps Council election. Every 6 months, 3 or 4 Mozilla Reps (depending on the election cycle) are elected to sit on the Mozilla Reps Council for a 1 year term. The elections ensure that the program stays true to its core values of participation, accountability and transparency.

Mozilla Reps mentors in RemoCamp 2013 - Madrid.
Mozilla Reps mentors in RemoCamp 2013 – Madrid.

Here I am nominating my self as a Reps Council for this Spring 2014. I want to help more deeper in Mozilla Reps program with all I have, skills and resources.

As a candidate in this Reps Council election, we must answer the Q&A from the Council, and and make a video.

I am all ears for questions and suggestions. You can reach me via my social networks 24 hours a day.
Twitter : @rara79, Facebook : facebook.com/rara79, email rara79 at gmail.com, and LINE : rara79

Thank you ^.^

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Remo Camp 2013 – Madrid, Spain

460px-Reps_camp_2013Leadership of the Mozilla Reps program, comprised of Council members and Reps mentors, met for 3 days in Madrid, Spain, from August 30th to September 1st, 2013.

The meeting were comprised of presentations, breakout sessions and discussions to draft the 2013/2014 Mozilla Reps program roadmap. This event was the second time the entire program leadership meet and work together in person, the first being in Berlin in 2012.

The first day focused on getting all Council members together to do a high-level review of the program’s Q3 goals and do final prep-work for the Camp sessions the following two days. Yes, on this day, me and the rest Indonesian teams, arrived.

Remo Camp 2013
Ready for RemoCamp 2013 in Madrid, Spain!

The second day focused on encouraging debate and discussion around the program’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. We were also divided into groups and discussed the task forces within groups.

And the memes continues :)))
And the memes continues :)))

Almost Ready
Almost ready, from Brian King‘s flickr

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Building communities

And the third day focused on drafting a general “ReMo Roadmap” for 2013/2014 and presenting task force action plans to all participants (including remote attendees).

Group photo taken from Jun's Facebook.
Group photo taken from Jun‘s Facebook.
Remo Camp 2013
And we also got a chance to visit Telefonica office, where they sell and promote Firefox phone in Spain ^_^
Remo Camp 2013
These guys also come with me in Madrid :)))

It was my first trip to Europe and it was so damn short trip :( but I enjoyed the trip a lot, looking forward for more! :D

#MozCamp Asia 2011 dan Kuala Lumpur – Day 3

Postingan ini adalah lanjutan dari sini dan sini.

Hari kedua dimulai dengan sesi bersama di Junior Ballroom – Intercontinental Hotel – Kuala Lumpur, mendengarkan Jay Sullivan dan Dan Mills tentang State of the Product. Jay Sullivan bercerita bahwa yang dicari oleh para user adalah choice to use and choose. Sedangkan para developer adalah freedom to build, and to hack. Dan Mills menjelaskan tentang: 1) Firefox has to rock, 2) Be mobile!, dan 3) Enable the user-centered web.

Dan Mills. Photo by Rara

Setelah itu, saya segera ke ruang Orchird & Dahlia untuk mengikuti sesi PR / Communications Training for Mozilla Communication Reps oleh Shannon Prior dari Skills & Community. Sesi ini adalah pengenalan Mozilla PR dan program Mozilla Communication Reps. Lalu diskusi-diskusi tentang bagaimana bekerja dengan efektif dan menyampaikan pesan-pesan tentang misi Mozilla ke seluruh dunia.

Shannon Prior. Photo by Rara.

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#MozCamp Asia 2011 dan Kuala Lumpur – Day 2

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Acara MozCamp Asia 2011 dibuka dengan berkumpul bersama di Ballroom, dibuka oleh Gen Kanai, lalu dilanjutkan dengan Opening Speech oleh Chairperson Mozilla Foundation, Mitchell Baker.

Gen Kanai welcomes Mozillians at MozCamp Asia 2011. Photo by Rara.

Opening speech dari Mitchell Baker sangat menyemangati para mozillians yang hadir. Mitchell berbagi tentang:
– apa itu mozilla, dan tujuan utama dari mozilla.
– sedikit sejarah tentang yang telah dilakukan oleh mozilla selama ini untuk mencapai tujuan utama tersebut
– apa saja yang telah dikerjakan
– apa yang akan harus kita lakukan bersama-sama untuk memenuhi tujuan utama.
Ingin tahu lebih banyak, bisa intip postingan Mitchell Baker di: Mozilla in the New Era: Long-ish Video Description From MozCamp Asia

Mitchell Baker, Chairperson of Mozilla Foundation. Photo by Rara.

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#MozCamp2011 Asia dan Kuala Lumpur – Day 1

Bulan November kemarin saya sempat menyambangi Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia, demi mengikuti acara akbar Mozilla Camp Asia 2011. Mozilla Camp Asia 2011 ini adalah acara invitation-only bagi para kontributor aktif Mozilla di Asia. Dan ini adalah Mozilla Camp yang pertama kali diselenggarakan di Asia, dengan tema “Many Voices One Mozilla”.

Many Voices One Mozilla

Acara Mozilla Camp Asia tersebut diselenggarakan dari tanggal 19 – 20 November 2011, di Hotel Intercontinental, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia. Diikuti oleh kurang lebih 150 peserta dari berbagai negara, khususnya negara-negara di Asia. Para paid staff dari Mozilla Foundation HQ (headquarter) juga pada berdatangan. Termasuk Chairperson Mozilla Foundation, Mitchell Baker! Yay! Dan ya, tentunya Gen Kanai juga ada!

Mozilla Indonesia di Mozilla Asia Camp 2011. Photo by Viking Karwur.

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