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Developer Day at CMU

On March 1 and 2, 2002 there was a developer meeting in Pittsburgh at Carnegie-Mellon University. The event was in Newell-Simon Hall and was hosted by Yet Another Society. About 30 people showed up for both days of the event and there are pictures available of some of the presentations and of the event in general.

The schedule for both days was divided into several 90 minute presentations as well as a couple of group discussions and project demonstrations. If you gave a presentation and would like to have links to any slides or other material that is online, please send that information to meetzilla@mozdev.org and we will update this page.

Schedule

Friday

10:00 -- 10:30	Opening Session, introductions
10:30 -- 12:00  State of the Mozilla Project:  Mitchell Baker
12:00 -- 1:00   Lunch
1:00 -- 2:30    Mozilla 1.0:  Peter Bojanic
2:30 -- 2:45    Break
2:45 -- 3:45    Embedding:  Conrad Carlton
3:45 -- 4:00    Break
4:00 -- 5:00    Building apps with Mozilla:  Panel discussion lead 
		by David Boswell
5:00 -- 5:45    Demo relating to SVG by Andy Edmonds
                           
Saturday

9:00 -- 10:30 	Calendar in Mozilla:  Mike Potter
10:30 -- 10:45  Break
10:45 -- 12:15  Community Building:  mozdev.org, Yet Another Society, 
		and working with mozilla.org:  David Boswell, Kevin Lenzo
12:15 -- 1:15   Lunch
1:15 -- 2:45    XPCOM: Scott Collins
2:45 -- 3:00    Wrap Up

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