Archive for August, 2009

Planet Additions: Class of 8/29/2009

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

Robert Strong (feed) – Robert works primarily on Application Update, Extension Manager, Windows Shell Integration, and the Windows Installer. In his spare time he tries to convince people to give him a pony.

Chelsea Novak (feed) – Chelsea Novak works on engagement, marketing and fundraising for Mozilla Foundation. Chelsea will be writing about opportunities for engagement within and beyond the Mozilla community as well as the process of building a fundraising framework for the Mozilla Foundation.

Ben Combee (feed) – Mozilla mobile engineer from Brooklyn, NY.

Ryan Doherty (feed) – Ryan (rdoherty on IRC) is a Mozilla webdev who works on addons.mozilla.org, mozilla.com, Cesium and labs.mozilla.com. He will be blogging about website development, performance and accessibility.

Planet Additions/Changes

Saturday, August 22nd, 2009

Markus Stange (feed) – Markus works on Firefox native look and feel on Mac OS X and enjoys playing with fancy web technologies.

Josh Geenen moved his blog here (feed)

Mozilla Labs is aggregating blog posts from several blogs here.

Planet Additions: Class of 8/15/2009

Saturday, August 15th, 2009

Tim Riley (feed) – Tim will be blogging about QA team and testing community activities along with testing topics.

Julie Deroche (feed) – Julie (jgoulie on IRC) works in the recruiting team at Mozilla, and she’s also responsible for the Mozilla Internship program.

Stephen Horlander (feed) – Stephen Horlander is a long time contributor to Firefox, having worked on the default themes (Winstripe and Pinstripe) for Firefox 1.0. His input has helped shape the visual appearance of Firefox since the beginning, and most recently he acted as the lead visual designer on the “Firelight” theme used in Firefox 3 on OSX. He recently started working for the Mozilla Corporation full time as a Product Visual Designer with the Firefox team, and expects to fill his blog with very pretty things.


Dão Gottwald
(feed) – Dão will be working from Germany and will blog about Firefox development.