Archive for January, 2011

Planet Additions: Class Of 1/30/2011

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

Anya Kamenetz (feed) – Anya Kamenetz is a Mozilla contractor blogging about Mozilla & education.

Rafael Espíndola (feed) – Rafael Espíndola joined Mozilla last December to work on Rust. He has also been trying to build Firefox with the clang compiler. Before joining Mozilla he worked on the Portable Native Client project and before that in gcc (both at Google).

Bonjour Mozilla (feed) – Bonjour Mozilla is originally a French blog made and updated by Mozilla community members and created in June of 2010. There now exists an English Feed with translations for the main posts, that regularly portray and highlight Mozilla community members around the world.

Planet Additions: Class Of 1/23/2011

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

Mike Conley (feed) – Mike Conley is a new hire by Mozilla Messaging. For the next few weeks, he’ll be looking at Thunderbird integration with the Ubuntu Unity shell. Mike also helps mentor students working on both MarkUs and Review Board.

Toni Hermoso Pulido (feed) – Toni Hermoso Pulido is a long-time contributor to Mozilla project. He is mainly devoted to Mozilla l10n and member of the local Catalan-speaking community. He is also active in the Open Web technology and principles promotion in the Catalan regions and abroad.

Mark Côté (feed) – Mark is a member of the Mozilla Automation & Tools team (the “A-Team”) and, like everyone on his team, works with whatever platforms, tools, and languages are suitable for the task at hand.

Planet Additions: Class Of 1/16/2011

Sunday, January 16th, 2011

Alex Fowler (feed) – Alexander (Alex) Fowler has been working in the technology policy, privacy and online arena for around 20 years and currently acts as the Global Privacy and Public Policy Leader at the Mozilla Corporation. He’ll be using his blog to post updates on Mozilla’s work and seek input, as well as to share his observations on a number of topics.

Tyler Downer (feed) – Tyler has lived on bugzilla for the past 3 years on bug triage in the Firefox, Toolkit, Core and Thunderbird products. I’ll be blogging about the Trials and Tribulations of Triage.

Planet Policy Change

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

To keep with the times the Planet Team has slightly tweaked our policies regarding notification of blog owners if their blog is removed to allow for things other than filing bugs since not everyone is reading bugmail, especially if they leave the project. To quote the changed item:

Blogs can be pulled from Planet for poor availability (generally over a week of being unavailable). The blog owner will be notified by a bug being filed, email, IRC, IM, or other communication means identifying the feed so that they can either fix their issue and be re-included or choose to be removed from Planet permanently. When removing a blog if a bug isn’t filed, a commit message will indicate the action taken (notified on IRC, Twitter, etc.).

- raccettura on behalf of Team Planet Mozilla