For the last five years, Mozilla has run a Global Sprint, a worldwide distributed event where people gather to work collaboratively on open projects. The sprint is fantastic opportunity for open activists to help others, with demo calls that allow people to share their own projects, glean new contributors and amplify awareness of the issues they’re trying to address.
While you can participate from anywhere around the globe, there are also hosted sites where people can come together in person. 2018 fellows Alex Morley and Yo Yehudi both brought projects to this year's sprint, attending a physical site hosted in the Mozilla London offices on the 10th & 11th May 2018.
Code of Conduct Builder, Alex’s project, is a project that aims to help people build effective codes of conduct for their…Continue Reading