Archive for July, 2009

Planet Additions/Changes

Saturday, July 18th, 2009

Tony Chung (feed) – Tony Chung is a member of the Mozilla QA Community and oversees the Test Execution team. He has been a part of Mozilla since December 2006, and has led the testing efforts for Firefox 3.0 and Firefox 3.5. Coming from a background of 12 years of closed-source testing, Tony has found his fit and enjoyment within the open source community.

Doug Turner moved his blog (feed)

Cesar Oliveira moved his blog (feed)

Planet Additions: Class of 7/8/2009

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

Julie Martin (feed) – Julie Martin is an attorney (and former Stanford engineer) who has helped a number of high tech companies and individuals navigate the IP landscape. She joins the legal group at Mozilla and looks forward to engaging community members with legal initiatives.

about:mozilla (feed) – about:mozilla is a weekly newsletter by, for and about the Mozilla community, focusing on major news items from across the breadth of the Mozilla Project. The newsletter is written by Deb Richardson and is published every Tuesday morning. If you have any news or announcements you would like to have included in our next issue, please send them to: about-mozilla[at]mozilla.com.

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Planet Additions: Class of 7/6/2009

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Mike Kristoffersen (feed) – Mike joined Mozilla to work on Fennec, after 9 years as a software developer in the cell phone industry. Mike works from Kongerslev, Denmark.

Henri Sivonen (feed) – Henri is working on the HTML5 parser.

Dave Dash (feed, feed) – Dave is on the Mozilla Web Development team working primarily on addons.mozilla.org.

Planet Addition: Dan Witte

Saturday, July 4th, 2009

Dan Witte (feed) – Dan joins Mozilla after finishing a Ph.D at Stanford University. He works on static analysis for the browser platform, and is based in the Mountain View office.