Mozilla’s citizen participation programme - although, it might not called in this way..26. June 2009 – 10:03 by Civil College
The enourmous civil browser factory, Mozilla has just launced their world wide social responsible activity week call - the Mozilla Service Week! It spreads the core message of common development: “We believe the Internet should make life better. Join us the week of September 14-21, 2009, as we take action to make a difference in our communities, our world, our Web.”
I think we agree with them from our job
The week, which is a great initiative, just like the previously promoted OneWebDay, which has been celebrated among PepNet members.
This initiative is if we can say, more complex.
When we think about our job, our political or either personal perspective, the roles we play in this arena, might have some extra power to get from the community. From those, who are living in the neighbourhood, who are our chat-forum partners, or even just the old grandmother of our friend.
We can help. We can support the community where we belong to - anytime. Mozilla Service Week is an initiative to put focus on this issue for a week, and go and reach out for anybody around us.
I do hope, that this kind of civil activisim is suitable for all of us - and will make us to subsribe and offer voluntary activities individually.
For me the questions is also somewhere a bit below. Can we, or shall we as Pep-net do something for the larger community of citizens in an organized way during this week?
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