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Hardware Freedom Day

The Digital Freedom Foundation is proud to announce that the Hardware Freedom Day registration is up. The  Digital Freedom Foundation is also the organization behind Software Freedom Day (SFD).

What is Hardware Freedom Day?

Hardware Freedom Day is a worldwide celebration of Open Hardware. Initiated in 2012 by the same organization behind Software Freedom Day it aims at educating the worldwide public about the benefits of using and promoting Open Hardware. It also provides an international day to serve as a platform to raise awareness to existing projects and communities around the world as well as encourage participation in local Open Hardware initiatives.

What is Open Hardware?

For some Open Hardware is a logical evolution of the Free Software philosophy applied to physical stuff, where both code and design blueprints co-exist. However no one can deny that humankind has evolved through a DIY and hack & share-it culture until patents prevented us to do so.

For more information about this event visit their official website http://www.hfday.org/ or if you are interested regarding this event feel free to subscribe on their mailing list at http://mail.sf-day.org/lists/listinfo/hfd-discuss and register your event using this link http://www.hfday.org/cgi-bin/register.py .



Mozilla Campus Tour in Universidad De Zamboanga


We have an awesome! Mozilla Campus tour project in Universidad De Zamboanga (UZ) yesterday, More than 70 students from IT Department attended the event which was held at IMC in Universidad De Zamboanga Main Campus.

Me as Mozilla Representative (PHL) Introduce the Mozilla project to the crowd, products, Localization effort and Mozilla presence in the Philippines. One of the Mozilla Student Representative Mr. Oniel Nick Paira shares his experience being a student representative and how to contribute to Chavacano Localization.

The event started around 9:00AM and ended around 12:00 noon with a group picture talking from the participants.


Firefox WebRTC & Chrome WebRTC Interoperability

Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is an API definition being drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to enable browser-to-browser applications for voice calling, video chat and P2P file sharing without plugins.

Mozilla announced  last February 4, 2013 that a major milestone in WebRTC development called WebRTC RTCPeerConnection interoperability between Firefox and Google Chrome. It was announced at this blog post . Below is a youtube video from Mozilla calling Google using browser.

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Mozilla Chavacano Localization Marathon Success


The 1st Mozilla Chavacano Localization marathon in Southern City Colleges was a success last January 28, 2013. More than 40 student from their institution join and participate the event with the support of  their dean. The event was organized by some Mozilla Student Representative from their institution to  help the localization effort using the Chavacano module. The event started at 5:00pm and ended at 7:00pm just translating strings in Chavacano localization.