Mozilla Launches ‘Mozilla Webmaker’, Will Help The World Increase Their Understanding Of The Web

Posted on May 23 2012 - 5:03am by Editorial Staff

Mozilla launched “Mozilla Webmaker,” a new program to help people everywhere make, learn and play using the open building blocks of the web. The program will focus on the goal to help million of people moving from using the web to making the web. The organization with the help of new tools to use, projects to create and events to join, would like to help the world increase their understanding of the web and take greater control of their online lives.

Mozilla Webmaker will offer:

  • Tools: Authoring tools and software, designed and built with our community. From supercharging web video with Popcorn, to remixing with Hackasaurus, to making your own web pages with Thimble.
  • Projects: Practical starter projects, how-tos and recipes, designed to help people at all levels make something amazing with the web. From tweaking your blog template to building apps that change the world.
  • Community: Bringing people with diverse skills and backgrounds together. Teachers, filmmakers, journalists, youth. From web ninjas to newbies. All making and learning together at events, meet-ups and hack jams everywhere.

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