Alice Nodelman (feed) – Alice works for the Mozilla Release Engineering team concentrating on performance testing (Talos!) and automation, along with brief forays into graph server territory. She’s been with the project for over two years but is only now beginning to blog, mostly at the insistence and encouragement of those who shall remain unnamed.
Davide Ficano (feed) – Davide works on XUL projects especially Firefox and Komodo extensions. In 2007 won the Extend Firefox 2 contest in Runners Up section. Also participates as a developer to babelzilla.org localization portal.
Karl Tomlinson (feed) – Karl is a platform engineer, working on Mozilla in New Zealand since March 2007. He added windowless plugin support for X11 systems, brought MathML support through the migration to Cairo/Thebes and the refactoring of reflow, and has been enhancing font handling on Linux.
Abimanyu Raja (feed) – Abimanyu is another core contributor to Ubiquity. He hopes to make Ubiquity easy enough to use for his grandma (currently, it is not). He’ll be blogging about the experiments that people undertake using Ubiquity and how Ubiquity is making these experiments easier. Besides programming, he’s also interested in how the world works, in a completely non-technical manner.