Toronto will be buzzing with Mozillians from all over the globe on October 4-6 for the much anticipated Mozilla Summit 2013.
This is the first time the Summit will be held in Toronto (the previous Summit events were held in Whistler, B.C.), and there will also be simultaneous Summit events in Santa Clara, California and in Brussels, Belgium.
Apart from being one massive Mozilla lovebomb, the Summit is serious business for those attending. From the wiki:
The Mozilla Summit is designed to help us connect with each other, align around our mission and create a shared vision of the future. By the end, we’ll have a concrete strategy to make this vision real. Combining a small handful of keynotes with interactive fairs and sessions designed by you, the Summit is a full 72 hours/4,320 minutes/259,200 seconds of magic, created by and dedicated to the Mozilla community.
The event would also be a perfect opportunity for staff and volunteers to know about the nice Mozilla activities in the city, from the Webmaker events, community outreach, and activities Mozila Reps are doing.
I have no doubt that Toronto will be an awesome host to the hundreds of Mozillians coming to work and celebrate.