Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (PDT)
Learn how to compile and contribute to Mozilla Firefox!
On Thursday, Sept. 20th, the Chico State Open Source Team will be holding a workshop to help students interested in improving their software development skills by learning how to contribute to Mozilla Firefox.
As a popular open source project with a large codebase and extensive development community, Firefox presents an excellent opportunity for student developers utilize and expand their knowledge of computer programming.
This event is designed for Chico State students who already have some experience with computer programming. To fully participate, a laptop with 5 gb of free space is required. Firefox can be built on Windows, OSX, Linux, and most Unix-based systems.
Although it is not required, attendees are encouraged to clone the codebase from Mercurial before attending (it is >500mb). Instructions can be found here: Firefox Build Instructions
The event will be held in BMU 209 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm on Thursday, September 20th. Bring your laptop!
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Chico State Open Source Team
The Open Source Team is a Computer Science club at Chico State dedicated to learning new technologies by contributing to open source projects.