How to MozFest, part 1

There are 3 main ways to experience MozFest this year. Don’t worry if you’ve never … Read more How to MozFest, part 1

There are 3 main ways to experience MozFest this year. Don’t worry if you’ve never used them before. They are easy to use and don’t require you to sign up for an account, and staff and volunteers will be there to help you if you run into issues.

  • We’re using Zoom to host live discussion and workshop sessions. This is where you’ll join other participants in a session to take part in lively discussions and make things together.
  • We’re using Miro for shared note-taking and documentation. This is where you can find key resources shared by the Facilitator and add ideas, images, and sticky notes of your own.
  • We’re using Spatial Chat as a social space to bring people together outside of scheduled sessions. This is where you can hangout and experience some of those “happy collisions” MozFest is known for – opportunities to meet and connect with friends, new and old, who share your passion for a healthier internet and more Trustworthy AI.

We picked these platforms because of the creative, interactive possibilities they provide our festival participants. Of course, if you ever run into trouble, Facilitators, Wranglers, festival Volunteers, and MozFest staff will all be on-call to help! (Wondering who those folks are? Check out MozFest 101[1] for more!)

We’ll also be on the MozFest community Slack, as usual. MozFest will happen in so many ways across this different platforms that none of us will experience it all, but there should be sessions and social moments available to every participant between them.

References

  1. ^ MozFest 101 (foundation.mozilla.org)


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