Archive for April, 2009

Planet Addition: Class of 4/25/2009

Saturday, April 25th, 2009

Dwayne Bailey (feed) – Dwayne works with Translate.org.za localising Firefox into the 11 official languages of South Africa. They also develop tools such as Pootle, Virtaal and the Translate Toolkit that are used by Mozilla localisers to make localising Mozilla products easier (and more fun).

Chris Jones (feed) – is a MoCo platform engineer, recently of Berkeley, California. He works on parallel text processing for the content team and moonlights on static analysis and code rewriting.

Aravind Gottipati (feed) – Aravind is a systems administrator working in the Mozilla IT group. Among other things, Aravind enjoys tranquil walks on the beach, gazing into the moon on starry nights and baking! His posts will reflect his passions and will give us a window into his tormented soul!

Planet Addition: Austin King

Saturday, April 18th, 2009

Austin King (feed) – Austin King is on the Mozilla Webdev team and is based in Seattle, WA. He works on the Crash Reporter and Prior Art projects.

Planet Addition: John Daggett

Saturday, April 11th, 2009

John Daggett (feed) – John Daggett works on text and graphics, based at Mozilla Japan in Tokyo. He is currently working on the implementation of downloadable fonts in Firefox.

Planet Addition: Class of 4/4/2009

Saturday, April 4th, 2009

Francesco Lodolo (feed) – Is part of the official Italian localization project. Francesco is the localizer of Firefox (soon also Fennec), and also manages the Italian localization of AMO, MozillaEurope.org and Mozilla.com web sites.

Murali Nandigama (feed) – Murali Nandigama is a consultant working for Mozilla and performs risk
analytics, code coverage, project metrics, security bugs and regressions analysis. Murali has implemented the first full code coverage analysis on the Firefox 3.x that included analysis of C/C++ code as well as JavaScript code. Murali is also a member of the Mozilla Security group that has access to security bugs. Murali’s blogs contain information on best practices about code coverage analysis, code reviews based on security bugs analysis and regression bugs analysis and other software engineering practices.

Planet Addition: Class of 4/2/2009

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

Nicole Loux (feed) – Nicole Loux works on the US PR team, based in Mountain View. “I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the ins and outs of PR, Mozilla’s speaking and award programs, and life in general.”

Pascal Finette (feed) – Thoughts and comments on the Mozilla Labs Concept Series and Open Innovation at large by someone who can’t code (well enough) but knows his Keynes and Friedman. :)

Drew Willcoxon (feed) – Drew works on Firefox and Places at Mozilla.