Mozilla and Education version 0.4: Projects, Resources, Mailing List

We continue to make good progress on Mozilla Education, and are hearing from more and more students and profs/teachers interested in being involved.  I met more students studying in India last week wanting to work on Mozilla than ever before: keep it coming!

The new student-project bugzilla keyword that I blogged about earlier is being used, and already there are some interesting projects flagged with it (see bugs 399311, 435008, 482980, 107306).  Which bugs can you add to this list?  Remember to mark your Google Summer of Code bugs with student-project too.

I've been trying to create learning resources to support the kinds of questions we're hearing and projects that people are working on.  Over the weekend I got a great question about the difference between nsIFoo and nsFoo in the Mozilla source.  Here's my answer.  If you have ideas for other ones we can write, or want to contribute some of your own, please get in touch.

Also, we've got our list and Google Group setup and ready for your questions or discussions.

Finally, Frank has put out the call for our first ever Mozilla Education Intern.  If you're interested in helping us grow this, do get in touch.