Archive for January, 2008
SeaMonkey Trunk Tracker (feed) – SeaMonkey Trunk Tracker is a blog by Jens Hatlak, who is a long-time Mozilla suite fellow. In his blog he reflects on current developments of the SeaMonkey suite trunk.
Majken “Lucy” Connor (feed) – Majken is the member of the SUMO team responsible for Firefox support via Live Chat. As well as being a part of the official support project, she has been part of Mozilla’s IRC community for several years. She will be blogging mostly about news and experiences with the Live Chat project, but sometimes about other aspects of user support and life in the Mozilla community.
Madhava Enros (feed) – Madhava is part of the Mozilla User Experience team, working on making our products and technology easier to understand and use. He’ll be blogging ideas and mockups for new features, as well as other design-related topics that might be of interest to the community.
Mic Berman (feed) – Mic is part of the Mozilla Localization team, working on localization of Firefox (at least) and has driver responsibility on “web services” for Firefox. Mic will be blogging ideas to make our localization processes easier, helping to increase the number of locales we ship with, supporting our localizers in the field, and other L10n-related topics that might be of interest to the community.
Michael Ventnor (feed) – Michael is currently working as an intern for Mozilla in New Zealand. He flew there from Australia to take this job over his summer holidays. He’ll mostly be blogging about the work that he’s doing at his internship but occasionally will make a general comment now and then about Mozilla. To put it in perspective, he’ll probably end up being Robert O’Callahan Lite. :)
Zbigniew Braniecki (feed) – Zbigniew is a member of the Board of Directors in Mozilla Europe and is going to work on various aspects of the Mozilla community with Paul Kim and Tristan Nitot starting in mid January.
Brad Lassey (feed) – Brad joined Mozilla in October after focusing on mobile browsing for France Telecom for 4 years. He’ll be working in the Mobile team and blogging about Mozilla’s mobile activities.