From:  Nootan Ghimire <nootan.ghimire@gmail.com>
Date:  09 Jan 2014 20:05:21 Hong Kong Time
Newsgroup:  news.mozilla.org/mozilla.community.nepal
Subject:  

Re: Extending the App-in-a-box event!

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Originally intended to do a college level event by student ambassadors. So:

Everyone will come to their college for a week (as usual) :)




On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 5:46 PM, Surit Aryal  wrote:

>
> I got that. But how convincing is it going to be "going to the same event
> for a week", booking venue (even for hours) for a week?
>
> With Regrads
> Surit Aryal
>
>
>
>
> On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 5:43 PM, Nootan Ghimire wrote:
>
>> In case you thought is other way: The event will run 2-4 hours each day.
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 5:41 PM, Surit Aryal wrote:
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> I like the sound of it. This type of event will be more helpful in the
>>> context of developing countries (like Nepal). But I think we might need to
>>> work on the time frame. A seven day event looks quite unconvincing to me,
>>> both economically and practically.
>>>
>>> With Regrads
>>> Surit Aryal
>>> Mozilla Representative
>>> Mozilla Nepal
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Thu, Jan 9, 2014 at 5:26 PM, Nootan Ghimire >> > wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello Mozilla Reps,  (and Firefox Students),
>>>>
>>>> I am a Firefox Student Ambassador, and would like to host a event
>>>> similar to App-in-a-box day, but has some additions in it.
>>>>
>>>> What We (Myself and the team), plan to conduct a week-long training on
>>>> Web (HTML/CSS/JS) targeted for freshmens,
>>>>
>>>> The modal for the event would be:
>>>>
>>>> Day One: [Introduction]
>>>>
>>>>    - Introduction to Mozilla Community, Firefox Student Ambassadors
>>>>    - Introduction to Mozilla, Firefox, and Open Web
>>>>    - Introduction to Firefox OS
>>>>    - Introduction to Webmaker
>>>>    - Day 2 Agenda Discussion.
>>>>
>>>> Day Two: [The Basics]
>>>>
>>>>    - Introduction to HTML/CSS/JS
>>>>    - HTML 101 . [Basic HTML elements, Document Model]
>>>>    - CSS Basics. Introduction to styles. Way to use CSS
>>>>    - Sample Project: HTML/CSS (in FFOS)
>>>>    - Assignment Projects / Introduction of Day 3 Agenda
>>>>
>>>> Day Three: [The Basics  II : Intermediate CSS]
>>>>
>>>>    - Introduction to CSS. Intro about CSS3
>>>>    - Individual Projects on HTML/CSS (A bit advanced) (for FFOS)
>>>>    - Interactive sessions. Ask-what-you-don't-know
>>>>    - Introduction to Javascript.
>>>>
>>>> Day Four: [The Basics of Javascript]
>>>>
>>>>    - Revision of HTML/CSS
>>>>    - The Document Object Model
>>>>    - Javascript Syntaxes
>>>>    - Sample Example Project
>>>>    - Simple Assignments / Discussion of Day 5 Agenda
>>>>
>>>> Day Five: [Javascript]
>>>>
>>>>    - HTML/CSS/Basic JS Revision
>>>>    - The Web in Action. (Intermediate Examples using HTML/CS/JS)
>>>>    - QA Sessions / Feedbacks and everything
>>>>
>>>> Day Six: [The Firefox OS]
>>>>
>>>>    - Introduction. Using FFOS in phone/browser
>>>>    - Using your Web App as a FFOS App
>>>>    - Conversion of all previous projects and assignments to FFOS Apps.
>>>>
>>>> Day Seven: [The Party]
>>>>
>>>>    - Swags/Certificates Distribution  (if possible).
>>>>    - Feedback Collection.
>>>>    - Mozilla Club's Introduction.
>>>>    - End of The Event.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> My 2 cents: It will be a great event because we are also teaching
>>>> people to learn the web as well as getting contributors for the mozilla
>>>> community.
>>>>
>>>> I would be glad to know what you think about this event, and lets start
>>>> tweaking this event!
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Cheers,
>>>>
>>>> Nootan Ghimire
>>>>
>>>> Firefox Student Ambassador (and a Mozillian)
>>>>
>>>> Mozila Nepal
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
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