Archive for September, 2010

Planet Additions: Class of 9/27/2010

Monday, September 27th, 2010

Mozilla Services (feed) – New blog for Mozilla Services.

Richard Milewski (feed) – Richard is a contractor with the Mozilla Engagement team working on Consumer Education, aimed specifically at non-technical users on the net. In the early 1980′s he was Editor-in-Chief at InfoWorld, and in the 1990′s was CTO at Netschools Corporation, a company that put one-to-one computing systems in K12 schools a decade before the OLPC project.

Planet Addition: Tantek Çelik

Sunday, September 19th, 2010

Tantek Çelik (Feed) – Tantek joined Mozilla on 2010-146 as a contractor working on web standards including HTML5, CSS3, and various social networking and identity standards (see https://wiki.mozilla.org/Tantek-Mozilla-projects for more details). He’s been involved with and edited open web standards at W3C for over a decade, as well spearheaded the grass-roots microformats community. Follow Tantek on his blog and on Twitter as @t. He recently published a book+video tutorial on HTML5 called “HTML5 Now: A Step-By-Step Tutorial for Getting Started Today

Planet Addition: Philipp von Weitershausen

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

Philipp von Weitershausen (feed) – Philipp joined Mozilla a couple of months ago to work on Firefox Sync. Philipp also wrote a somewhat popular Firefox extension called BarTab. In a previous life did research in theoretical particle physics and web development with Python.

Planet Additions: Class of 9/6/2010

Monday, September 6th, 2010

Brett Gaylor (feed) – Brett Gaylor officially joined the Mozilla Drumbeat team in August. He’ll be playing the role of project producer — leading his own Web Made Movies project and helping to find new Drumbeat projects over time. Brett will also be directing a documentary series about Mozilla and the future of the web.

Paul Craciunoiu (feed) – Web development, mostly for http://support.mozilla.com.

Benoit Jacob (feed) – I am a Mozilla developer, based in Toronto, currently working on our implementation of WebGL. I would like to use my blog to make WebGL-related announcements to Web developers and testers.

Dan Mosedale feed moved.