Drumbeat

Make me run and support your favorite opensource project

Couple of months ago I started a little “via Twitter” only campaign and now I think it’s the time to give it more visibility, because the deadline is in 20 days. What? The main idea is:  for every tweet [tooltip title=”Yes I Will” gravity=”e”][mark color=”yellow”]I will run 1[/mark][/tooltip] meter on Prague Marathon on September 8th…

PopCorn.js and me

Couple of days ago I proposed a feature/ fix a bug in Popcorn project. Usually I hate JS, but when I start using Popcorn for this demo I understand I can help and I can help more in the near future with some fresh ideas and some hacks, because this is future I like to…

Drumbeat Berlin – 8 May 2010, Betahaus

Will the web still be open in 100 years? Mozilla thinks it can — and must — be. That’s why we’re starting Mozilla Drumbeat, an invitation to teachers, artists, lawyers, filmmakers and other everyday internet users do things that will make the web better, and keep it open for the long haul. We want you…

Drumbeat event in Bulgaria

On the contrary of my initial expectations a lot of people took part in the first Bulgarian /Mozilla Drumbeat /workshop. The workshop was divided into 3 parts: 0. The first was a 15-minute speech giving a short account on what is open web, what is the Drumbeat mission and why this open web is so…

Pirates, me and Mozilla

This weekend from April 16 to 18 delegates of Pirate Parties from 22 countries gathered in Brussels to create the Pirate Parties International (PPI). The aim of the PPI is to strengthen the bonds between the national parties and coordinate the international cooperation of the pirate movement. Pirate Parties International exists to help establish, to…