Mozilla director: We'll make content more webby
Computer Weekly - Holiday season is just around the corner, but this week it's festival season.
To be more accurate, it's time for the Mozilla Festival. A gathering of web-centric happy geeks that features peer learning time as well as hands on coding and tool experience sessions, plus a chance to hear from executive director of the Mozilla Foundation himself Mr Mark Surman.
The Computer Weekly Open Source Insider team attended an informal gathering held in Mozilla's London HQ last night to speak to Surman personally and listen to his commitment to the open web and digital web literacy for all.
Mozilla has research up its colourful sleeves which contends that among a sample of British children aged 8-15, a total of 67% say they are interested in learning how to code, but only a disappointing 3% actually know how to.