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 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

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.