Some of you probably remember the Mozilla IAmA from last year. An "IAmA" is essentially a Q&A session held on Reddit.com. Well, it's happening again. On October 29, 2013 we'll be holding a second IAmA. Right now I have 20 people who said they're willing to help answer some questions. This is a good number, but I think we can get more people involve. Last year we had nearly fifty people involved and answering questions. I'd like to see at least that many involved, if not more. Mozilla has grown so much in the past year, and even since then a lot has changed - b2g wasn't (officially) Firefox OS when we did this last year, for example. Anyway, before I get too off topic, if you're interested please fill out this form. It's not required that you do, but it makes things easier for a lot of people if you do.
There are a few groups that I'd really like to see represented in this.
B2G/Firefox OS contributors - Mozilla's been in the news a lot for this recently. I'm sure there will be lots of questions regarding FxOS.
Community I.T. - I've said it a few times on IRC already, this whole project seems unique to Mozilla.
Webmaker - Teaching people (especially the next generations) to code is awesome.
Anybody who can help get new contributors involved - Whether it be hanging in #introduction, mentoring bugs, or ReMo, I want you.
If you have any questions, please contact me (firstnamelastname at gmail dot com) or comment on this post, I'll try to respond. I'm also on IRC as "Tanner", feel free to ping me there.