This week I’ve been:
- Signing up to showcase the Web Literacy Standard at the Mozilla Summit Innovation Fair.
- Speaking at SuperMondays about Mozilla’s educational initatives. My slides (HTML5) are here.
- Making the final changes to the Web Literacy Standard before the ‘code freeze’.
- Updating the Mozilla wiki with v1.0 of the specification for the Web Literacy Standard.
- Attending various team meetings.
- Writing a blog post about turning my Out of Office auto-replies on for a month. Which made the front page of Hacker News.
- Booking my travel for the e-Learning & Innovative Pedagogies conference in Madrid in November. I’m a plenary speaker.
- Creating a new Firefox profile. Doing so (on any browser) speeds things up again when things are slowing down.
- Travelling to and attending the Mozilla Summit in Brussels. I ended up co-running a session on Web Literacy and Webmaker with Laura Hilliger, as well as helping out a bit with a session on Open Badges with Emily Goligoski and Chloe Varelidi.
- Hanging out with Mozillians at a bar that served over 2,500 different types of beer. Oh, and eating waffles (hence the picture)
Next week I get back from the Summit on Monday and then I need to get everything completely sorted for the Web Literacy Standard to be transferred to the Webmaker site (and localised) by the Mozilla Festival. I’m also planning to take PTO to look after my daughter on Friday.