Just wrote an article about the GenOpen project – in Bangla/Bengali, from the MozillaBD.org site! Here goes the link: http://www.mozillabd.org/node/23
I used Google translation to translate it back to English and it’s horrible! So, not sure whether anyone not speaking Bangla would be able to grab a bit. 😦
You can get the entire Album from Enzam’s here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.4543156053744.179357.1136508472&type=1
Thanks to all the volunteers, attendees & specially Rahid Hasan (ReMo) for the co-ordination 🙂
We’ll be having a Firefox OS hack session  at Uttara, Bangladesh tomorrow and thus start the journey of the series events. Eventually, we’re planning to organize Open Web Applications/Firefox OS Hackathon in 2013 and as a part of the program, we’ll be arranging open web hacking & training sessions in colleges/universities/other possible regions.
Tomorrow, we’ll be presenting at the first event of the series, at Asian University of Bangladesh, Uttara Campus, starting sharp at 11:00 AM, UTC+6
We’ll be introducing Mozilla Bangladesh, Firefox OS  essentials, apps showdown & tutorials to write your own apps, API demo etc.
The Event is FREE for everyone, so just drop by!
If you want to host such event in your university/college/local area, just inform the Mozilla Bangladesh ReMo team  and we’ll be more than happy to arrange such events! If you’d like to contribute/speak in such events, please join Mozilla Bangladesh Community  today.
See you all tomorrow!
Just returned from the Mozilla Bangladesh Community meet-up. Mozillians along with ReMos attended the party – it was an awesome afternoon. The meet-up was special as we celebrated our favorite Firefox’s 8th Birthday.
The party was scheduled to start at 3 PM, but ReMo Ahsan vai was present by 2 PM to receive guests. Me & another ReMo, Enzam picked the cake and were a bit late, but we were excused because of the delicious cake ;). First there was the introduction session, where everyone said hi, about themselves & how much they love Firefox!
We ordered “Faluda” a popular desert in Bangladesh. We talked about Mozilla Bangladesh community, about Mozilla & it’s various projects & activities. Mozillians also shared their thoughts. They learned about the ReMo program too, and how to contribute to Mozilla either being a ReMo or not.
Finally, there was the time for cake! I won’t make the post longer, let the photos speak.
Soon it was evening, & we had to leave. We collected contact information of the Mozillians, discussed about future activities and thus enjoyed an wonderful afternoon with proud Mozillians of Bangladesh.
Happy Birthday Firefox, again!