Archive for March, 2010

Planet Additions: Class of 3/31/2010

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Blake Winton (feed) – Blake (bwinton on irc) is a programmer with Mozilla Messaging, working on various bits and pieces of Thunderbird’s UI, as well as some back-end ISP configuration tools, a few Thunderbird plugins, and mentoring students. He’ll be blogging about the technical problems he runs into, how he solves them, and hopefully some stuff about the software he has set up to do his job, so that the students don’t have to figure it all out on their own.

Justin Dow (feed) – Justin is a Systems Administrator working with the IT/Operations team.

Planet Additions: Class of 3/27/2010

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Christian Legnitto (feed) – New Firefox security and stability update release driver.

Chris Lyon feed moved.

Planet Feed Updates

Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Paul O’Shannessy feed was updated.

Alexander Limi feed was updated.

Planet Feed Update

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

Michael Kaply’s feed was updated.

Planet Additions: Rock Your Firefox

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Rock Your Firefox (feed) – Rock Your Firefox will feature first-hand reviews of 3 cool add-ons every week. Whether you’re just getting started with Firefox or you help make it, Rock Your Firefox is a great place to find your next favorite add-on.

Planet Additions: Class of 3/6/2010

Saturday, March 6th, 2010

Open To Choice (feed) – The Mozilla EU Browser choice campaign site. After the ballot it will live on as a destination to discuss, promote and debate web choice.

Chris Lyon (feed) – Chris is the Director of Infrastructure Security responsible for all security aspects related to Mozilla’s infrastructure. He will be working on making the infrastructure safe and secure for all the Mozilla users.

Ben Hsieh (feed) – Benedict is a new member of the platform team. He works on making Firefox start faster. Also, he works on making Firefox run with multiple processes. Also, he writes a blog on making Firefox start faster and on making Firefox run with multiple processes.

Matt Thompson (feed) РMatt Thompson is the online community lead for Mozilla Drumbeat. Before joining Mozilla, he worked as a campaign strategist for SavetheInternet.com, a coalition of groups fighting to protect net neutrality. Matt is passionate about the open internet, civic media, Marshall McLuhan and squash. His work has been smeared by Bill O’Reilly.

Kadir Topal (feed) – long time mozilla contributor, leading the German Firefox community since 2002, newest SUMO sanyaku.

Pascal Finette (feed)’s blog moved.