Community Playbook


View the Project on GitHub common-voice/community-playbook

Playbook Pages

Community mobilization

We want to create a voice dataset that is publicly available to anyone and represents the world we live in. By mobilizing communities and contributors we are able to achieve this goal.

To support the community we have created campaigns and event guidelines please read this thoroughly before creating an event.

Secondly please check out our community drive with planning templates and tips also please reach out to a Mozilla Resource repfor resource support.

Spread the word!

Social Media Campaign Guide + Graphics

Inspire people on your favorite social media platforms, to make voice AI better for everyone by explaining how they can contribute to Mozilla Common Voice. Feel free to remix, adapt or be inspired to create your own ideas from the Community Social Media Campaign Guide

⭐️ You can re-use any graphical material we have produced to support the project.

Hosting events and inspiring your social network

Learn more about how you can encourage people to contribute within your social network and at events

Using the Common Voice Trademark

“Mozilla” and “Common Voice” are trademarks of the Mozilla Foundation and are subject to Mozilla’s trademark policy. But you can of course use these terms to describe and refer to Common Voice when organizing community activities. The project needs community involvement to grow and succeed!

So you should feel free to spread the word about Common Voice. Just be careful not to use Mozilla trademarks in a way that would give the impression that Mozilla itself is organizing an independent community event or resource. For example, the name of your community website or event should prominently include your own group name. The Esperanto and Dhivehi community sites are great examples. They refer to Common Voice but have their own identity.

Mozilla is happy to answer any questions you have about using Mozilla trademarks, you can email the team at, and cc