• Internet Health Hackathon 2019

    International Institute of Information Technology

    -- Tickets now available -- https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/mozilla-internet-health-hackathon-hyderabad-tickets-69475909315 Alternative : https://ti.to/ih-hackathon-hyderabad/ih-hackathon-hyderabad -- Official Webpage -- https://internet-health.gitlab.io/hyderabad/ Mozilla’s Internet Health Hackathon, a two-day worldwide distributed hackathon for open-source projects, is a great opportunity for communities of all kinds to learn open practices, collaborate, and grow together. At the hackathon, all are welcome, from every skill level and background —from designers, engineers, and educators to activists, researchers, and artists.

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  • Firefox 69 Release Party at IIIT Hyderabad

    IIIT Hyderabad

    Come join us the amazing users and contributors of Firefox Browser on its latest release version 69 at Himalaya 205, IIITH. Let's celebrate this auspicious with cake and some refreshments, meet and greet each other. About the release version 69: Firefox Team has amped up the privacy measures on its browser Firefox in its latest update. Firefox 69 has been launched for Windows, Linux, Mac and Android. It now comes with measures to block third-party tracking cookies as well as cryptomining by default. This feature was present for a small number of users from June, but from today this feature will be on for everyone using Firefox. Blocking third-party tracking cookies will keep companies keeping a track of your online activity at bay and prevent them from potentially selling your data to others. Readmore: Today’s Firefox Blocks Third-Party Tracking Cookies and Cryptomining by Default https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2019/09/03/todays-firefox-blocks-third-party-tracking-cookies-and-cryptomining-by-default/ Firefox 69 — a tale of Resize Observer, microtasks, CSS, and DevTools https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/09/firefox-69-a-tale-of-resize-observer-microtasks-css-and-devtools/

  • Panel Meeting on "Personal Data Privacy Bill - India"

    Jochai-Ben-Avie, Head of International Public Policy & Amba Kaka, Public Policy Advisor at Mozilla are visiting Hyderabad to meet all of us on July 14th 11:45 AM at Swecha Office, Gachibowli. Working lunch for all participants, lunch is sponsored by Mozilla.

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  • Data Science (DS) with Internet enabled medical devices"

    Speaker: Mr Srinivas Reddy Gurram, Chief Technology Officer MST Sicherten Agenda: > DS Overview > Data Processing > Realtime Analytics > Early Warnings >Case study - Medical data analytics.

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  • ISOC-Rural-Development-SIG meeting

    IIIT Hyderabad

    Dear Friends, Very happy to announce our upcoming SIG global meeting. Date: 18/05/2019 Day: Saturday Time: 9.30 AM to 2.00 PM Venue: International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Professor CR Rao Rd, Gachibowli, Hyderabad. Agenda: Welcome Snacks Rural-Development-SIG introduction and missions Internet Society by Subhashish Panigrahi from Regional Community Engagement Manager, Asia Pacific The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) by Samiran Guta, Head of India for ICANN IG Issues: Human rights, Culture, Democracy IG and Emerging Technologies: AI, IoT, Blockchain Community Lunch Please grab FREE registration tickets soon: https://urlzs.com/3cKJ2 (Note: Membership is not mandatory, attendees can get free global ISOC membership) Welcome to everyone and please share in your friend's circle.

  • Decentralizing Internet of Things

    Swecha Office

    Most IoT devices today use proprietary vertical technology stacks which are built around a central point of control and which don’t always talk to each other.When they do talk to each other it requires per-vendor integrations to connect those systems together. Many of the new devices connecting to the Internet are insecure, do not receive software updates to fix vulnerabilities, and raise new privacy questions around the collection, storage, and use of large quantities of extremely personal data. As new types of devices come online, they bring with them significant new challenges around security, privacy and interoperability. The “Web of Things” (WoT) is an effort for creating a decentralized Internet of Things by giving Things URLs on the web to make them linkable and discoverable, and defining a standard data model and APIs to make them interoperable. It is not just another vertical IoT technology stack to compete with existing platforms but is a unifying horizontal application layer to bridge together multiple underlying IoT protocols. The "Web of Things" is built on existing, proven web standards REST, HTTP, JSON, WebSockets and TLS which helps to form a bridge with existing devices so that it can communicate with any device irrespective of the vendor. The future of connected devices should be more like the open web. The future should be decentralized, and should put the power and control into the hands of the people who use those devices. About Speaker: Kalyan Dikshit is a Mozilla Tech Speaker, Representative, and part of its Hyderabad Community, India. His job has to do with Security and he spoke at the Internet Freedom Festival 2017, 2018, Still Hacking Anyway (SHA), All Systems Go! 2017. He recently gave a talk at “Shift DEV 2018” happened at Spilt in Croatia. As a volunteer he localizes software for Mozilla, Tor, Orfox, Orbot, GlobaLeaks, Briar and OONIProbe. He currently also devotes his time with ICRISAT where he works, with drones to develop and trial techniques to connect farmers. Founder of the “JAVA 1.X Hyderabad Chapter” giving lectures on the latest features and changes in Java. Co-founder of “Duck Duck Go Hyderabad Chapter”. «Developer by Day, Hacker by Night.»

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  • Firefox 66 SUMO Sprint

    Swecha Office

    RSVP here https://events.mozilla.org/firefox66sumosprint Are you ready to help users? Love helping people? This is the event for you! Join the SUMO community by supporting Firefox Desktop and Firefox for Android users. Let's save the world from behind the comfort of your computer! Mozilla Support is an online community dedicated to supporting Mozilla product users. Check out the instructions below on how to get prepared after RSVPing!

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  • Mozilla WebXR Meetup

    CIE at IIIT Hyderabad

    Agenda: Exploring Aframe.io and WebXR api - 10:00 am to 11:00am Realtime applications of Immersive Technologies across different verticals -11:00am to 11:30am Demos (VR/AR) - 11:30am to 12:00pm

  • Global Diversity CFP Day

    Swecha Office

    Have you always wanted to become a tech conference speaker? Let 2019 be the year that you make that dream a reality! On Saturday 2nd March 2019 we will host the second edition of Global Diversity CFP Day following the success of the 2018 event. This workshop hosted in Hyderabad encouraging and advising newbie speakers to put together your very first talk proposal and share your own individual perspective on any subject of interest to people in tech. There will be experienced speakers on hand to: - give you a warm, inclusive welcome in a safe space (check out our Code of Conduct which all participants must adhere to) - mentor you with your proposal - provide speaking advice - and share their enthusiasm to get you to the stage! Note: This workshop have no specific language, framework or process as a focus. Even if your talk isn’t even related to tech we want to hear from you too! In short, if there is something that you want to shout to the world we're here to help you get there regardless of the boundaries of technology or communities.

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  • FOSS Contribution Weekend

    Swecha Office

    2 Day DevSprint to promote FOSS contributions. Keep watching this space for more updates. Interested to volunteer to be part of organising team? Join Mozilla Telangana group here (https://t.me/moztsap). Looking for venue:| * Should accommodate atleast 100 participants. * Should have access to water and toilets. * Should provide wi-fi and power sockets. If you are interested to offer a venue with above requirements or help get one, please write to [masked]

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