Archive for January, 2010

Planet Addition: Milos Dinic

Sunday, January 31st, 2010

Milos Dinic (feed) – Milos is an all-around Mozilla contributor with main focus on Web QA and Support. Milos is also Serbian community leader and active localizer.

Planet Additions: Class of 1/23/2010

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

Jorge Villalobos (feed) – “I’ve been working on professional extension development for around 3 years. Now I’m working for Mozilla as Add-ons Developer Relations Lead, coordinating the AMO Editors team and keeping add-on developers happy. I’m located in Costa Rica, so please let me know if you’re planning on visiting :)”

James Socol (feed) – James is a Mozilla web developer working on Support and web dev community involvement.

Tobias Markus (feed) – an all-round contributor, mostly participating in the Support, QA and WebQA projects.

Marco Bonardo (feed) – Marco Bonardo is the italian part of the Firefox Team, working on browser and toolkit development and peer of Places module, the history and bookmarking system behind the Awesomebar.

Planet Additions: Bugzilla Tips

Monday, January 18th, 2010

Bugzilla Tips (feed) – A group of Bugzilla developers and users are starting a new “Bugzilla Tips” blog, which will have a post every couple of days highlighting a Bugzilla feature or add-on to make your life easier.

Planet Addition: William D

Saturday, January 9th, 2010

William D (feed) – “Okay so maybe a short about me? Well I am a web developer / designer from Great Britain who is a complete and utter Mozilla fanboy. And proud of it. I am a Mozilla Campus Rep and Mozilla Marketeer. As far as I am aware (having done a large amount of research) I am the only person to have run a cross-site treasure hunt (mozhunt). I spend a large amount of time on and am actively involved with the Mozilla UK project (though not an administrator). I will be heading off to university in 2011 if my exams this year go well and while I am looking forward to an entire course based on Computing, there are a few topics that have really caught my interest. The first of these is the fundamentals of web technology and essential networks and the second is the way computers and society exist within an interdependent relationship. So as you can see, I am, by pure definition. A computer geek. But thats okay. I can still be kool (with a k)!”

Planet Addition: Tom Ellins

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Tom Ellins (feed) – Tom Ellins, a long time Mozilla community member specializing in user support and web qa.