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Where can I go to discuss Mozilla policy issues?

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu AliceWyman

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I know this is not the place to do it, so if someone can tell me I'd greatly appreciate it.

This is in regards to Brendan Eich being promoted to CEO.

At there is a Contact Us link at the bottom right of the page that is supposed to lead to however when clicked it auto-redirects to which seems to be for office spaces offered by Mozilla.

Is there a phone number I can call to contact Mozilla, a forum to inform them of my issues with their new CEO, or an email address I can send my concearns to?

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Both Mitchell and Brendan have both posted on the position of diversity in the workplace today.

and you can find more information on Participation in diversity here:

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Thank you James, I have completely read all links except the Participation one what I just skimmed through and got a general idea. On the three of those links that had a comments section after reading they all had been closed before their could be any replies. Is there any means I can relay my personal feelings to Mozilla?

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You can use Help > Submit Feedback .... from within Firefox to make Mozilla aware of your feelings.

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Thank you a great deal the-edmeister! ^_^

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Though the Submit Feedback is mainly for feedback on Firefox itself.

I know Brendan did have comments enabled but I guess even with post moderation he was getting a lot of comments of much more towards negativity versus positive comments.

Mitchell did have comments enabled at times too however she likely has had to deal with negativity comments about the ceo also along with spam comments that somebody kept spamming about the new Australis ui.

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The mozilla.governance forum would be the place fordiscussion about Brendan Eich (who has recently resigned as Mozilla CEO) and other Mozilla policy issues. The Google Groups link is!forum/mozilla.governance