I’m active since August 2009 when a friend showed me the Womoz Project (Women in Mozilla). I got very interested and decided to participate. Once stared, I contacted Luourdes Castillo (a paraguayan Mozillian) who contacted me with Jefferson Durán who was very interested to start a local community in Colombia. Jefferson and I worked very hard together starting the comminity and we got it. In 2010 I had the opportunity to attend the Mozilla summit and talk with Mitchell Baker, the Mozilla Hispano team lots of amazing mozillians. After this event, I got very involved and compromised with Mozilla’s cause.
Mozilla has several local communities organized by region and/or language. Community members supports global Mozilla projects (documentation, localization, coding, evangelism, etc) and configre them in their local context according to local necessities. Community members communicate each other (Including Mozilla employees) through mailing list, websites, IRC and Telegram. I am part of three communities.
- Social networks
- Local launchies (Firefox OS, Firefox 4)
- Writting and translating news
- Translating and reviewing technical articles (MDN)
- Council member (2013)
- Mentor (2012 – Today)