At the FireFox Summit, several Mozilla Corporation staff expressed an interest in having Mozilla User Groups (MUGs). Some of the issues to consider are: * is some part of the community interested in MUGs? * how would MUGs benefit the Mozilla project? * how would MUGs benefit the Mozilla community? * what could the MUGs do? * user groups that center around applications tend to be less vibrant than UGs that focus on programming languages and tools (ie. consider DBMS UGs vs. programming UGs) * perhaps an initiative to bring Mozilla-related content to Linux, Perl, Web Dev, etc. UGs might be more effective. People who might be able to help us think in this area include: * Asa * Dria * Jay Patel (who initially raised the idea) * ...
zak: Would this not fall better under the new Governance component?
Hi Reed, After spending a wee bit of quality time with Wikipedia, I agree. Thanks! --zak
zak: Don't forget to select "Reassign bug to default assignee and QA contact of selected component" when you move a bug to another component.
No responses. Putting issue on hold until: a) Someone steps up to raise them again - or - b) Other high-priority tasks are completed
We should support any user groups that spontaneously form (like the community-based user groups in Japan), but we shouldn't currently worry about starting them ourselves.