We have yet to start removing the project blogs from Planet Mozilla to allow for a short transition phase. Soon blogs that are on Planet Mozilla Projects will no longer be syndicated on Planet Mozilla.
We’ll send a few warning shots to make sure everyone is aware and has a chance to check out the new planet if they want to follow those blogs.
Now onward to the new blogs…
Jess Klein (feed) – Jess Klein is the Learning Design Lead for the Mozilla Foundation. She is a New York based designer specializing in learning systems. She also likes teaching, creating kits, building installations, drawing, tinkering with electronics and making games.
Ben Adida (feed) – Ben Adida joined Mozilla in March 2011 and is now Tech Lead for the Identity Team. He cares deeply about building software that enables users to control their data and online lives. On his blog, he discusses specific issues of web security, cryptography, and web architecture, especially as they apply to user sovereignty / autonomy.
Hal Wine (feed) – Hal Wine is a new member of the release engineering team, and is excited to be working with the release challenges at the scale of Mozilla. As an Oakland resident and San Francisco native, he’s almost as excited to be working from the San Francisco office!
Ricky Rosario (feed) – Ricky Rosario joined Mozilla in May 2010 and is a web developer for support.mozilla.org (SUMO). He lives in sunny South Florida. On his blog, he writes about the open web, python, django, addons, SUMO development status and other webdev related topics.
One Mozilla (feed) – onemozilla.org (sic) is the tumblr log run by the team surrounding the “One Mozilla” project, which aims at aggregating everything that happens around consolidating the various Mozilla web properties into “one” mozilla.org.
Mozilla Festival (feed – “The blog contains updates about the Mozilla Festival, an important event showcasing latest open web tech & community in London in Nov. It’ll showcase sessions and outcomes of the festival, and keep the broader community updated about planning.”
Mozilla Popcorn (feed) – Popcorn makes video work like the web. We create tools and programs to help developers and authors create interactive pages that supplement video and audio with rich web content, allowing your creations to live and grow online