Archive for September, 2008

Planet Addition: Class of 9/21/2008

Sunday, September 21st, 2008

Mark Surman (feed) – Mark has just joined Mozilla Foundation as executive director. He’s obsessed with how the open web, open source, public goods, communities, new ideas about philanthropy and inventive ways of running foundations can all mix up in surprising and magical ways. Which is mostly what he blogs about. He’s also obsessed with his two children. He doesn’t blog about them much, but you can find them on Flickr.

Ehsan Akhgari (feed) – Ehsan has been a volunteer contributor to the Mozilla project for about two years. He’s worked on front-end code for Firefox 3, written a few SUMO articles, developed a few extensions, helped with Persian localization, and got his hands dirty in various other areas of the Mozilla project. His latest project is adding a Private Browsing feature for Firefox 3.1.

Planet Addition: Class of 9/8/2008

Monday, September 8th, 2008

Patrick Finch (feed) – marketing manager, is working with the rest of Mozilla’s team in Europe to help Europeans use software that’s good for them. Likes: free software, humous. Dislikes: aubergine (egg plant), split infinitives, the violence inherent in the system.

Guy Pyrzak (feed) – UX team lead on Bugzilla and since the update to 3.2.

Mikeal Rogers (feed) – Mikeal does tools development in Python and JavaScript for Mozilla Corporation. He will be blogging about all kinds of tools and libraries he’s working on.

Blair McBride (feed) – Core contributor to Ubiquity.