The Mozilla Foundation has been working on creating a brochure that provides information about Mozilla that can be handed out at events or given to other people who are interested in learning more about the community. We now have a draft (PDF warning) that is complete enough for review, so I wanted to post it here to get people’s thoughts about it.
It’s been an interesting challenge to condense the many different aspects of Mozilla and its ten year history onto the front and back of a single sheet of paper. Doing this has involved selecting the information we feel is most useful and interesting to people who are just starting to learn about Mozilla and organizing it in a coherent way. Because of the limited space, I’m particularly interested in hearing if we left anything important out or summarized something too much.
There’s one note about the design that I want to point out. The front page uses some images of community members from Flickr. There’s some white space right in the middle of the page that will be filled as soon as we finish getting permission to use one more photo.