Did you know that Mozilla employees are actively hosting discussions right here in the Mozilla Connect community?
This ongoing series is an exciting opportunity for us to directly connect with you all, peel back the curtain a bit and share what we’re working on, and invite feedback on a particular topic—tab management, video, accessibility, etc. We hope that these back-and-forth conversations are productive and collaborative, so the valuable insights gathered can be put into action for product development.
How do the Employee-hosted discussions work?
An employee will kick off a conversation by posting to the Discussions forum. The initial post will introduce the topic and a particular project we are exploring. Community members are then encouraged to join the conversation and add their input. The employee will actively engage with comments and drive the conversation for a duration of two weeks before closing out the thread with a summary post highlighting any key learnings/takeaways/next steps.
Rules of participation:
When participating in the discussions, please follow theCommunity Guidelines. Most importantly…
Be kind and show respect…both ways.
Different perspectives and constructive criticism are welcome, but any personal attacks or harmful language will not be tolerated.
Stay relevant and on topic.
Let’s keep the conversation on track and focused on the topic. If you have additional feedback or ideas unrelated to the discussion topic, create a new post.
Links to past discussions:
Link to current discussions:
Join the discussion today!
Not a discussion, but please rock the vote! The Picture-in-Picture team is looking for feedback on what websites you want supported next.
Want to see a particular discussion topic in the community? Let us know!
Send a note to @Jon, Mozilla Connect’s Community Manager