Archive for November, 2010

Planet Additions: Class Of 11/21/2010

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Chris Finke (feed) – Christopher Finke is a software engineer who splits his time between building high-traffic websites (like AOL Shopping and and developing browser add-ons (like ScribeFire and TwitterBar) to enhance the Web.

Cameron McCormack (feed) – “Previously, I’ve been working on my PhD thesis on “adaptive diagrams” at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. I’ve been involved with the Apache Batik project, a Java SVG toolkit, for a number of years. At the start of October I moved to New Zealand to work out of the Mozilla Auckland office. I’ll be spending half of my time doing web standards work, and the other half engineering work. I’m currently co-chairing the W3C SVG Working Group. I’m also working on Web IDL, which a number of other web-related specifications depend on. I’m in the Platform team, but the exact work I will be doing there is to be determined. :)”

David Burns (feed) – David Burns is a Senior Software Engineer in Test working in the WebQA team. David is a core committer on Selenium, the Open Source test automation framework used extensively by WebQA team.

Planet Additions: Class Of 11/14/2010

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

Steve Fink (feed) – Steve Fink works for Mozilla on performance and tools. Before Mozilla, he did performance tuning on a games-over-cable TV channel that had sparkly diamonds, thousands of independent MPEG streams coming out of each Linux server, and lots of bright happy colors. Before that, he was a core engineer at Reactrix Systems, making Linux-based 2d- and 3d-camera driven interactive video projection systems to make small children cry when their parents dragged them away to go home. Along the way, he’s dabbled in the Parrot project, data warehousing, plagiarism detection, rock climbing, and numerous open source projects.

Geo Mealer (feed) – Geo joined the Mozilla QA Automation team in June 2010 and works on Mozmill test and framework development, as well as Desktop Firefox testing. Since the mid ’90s, he has held a variety of development, release, and QA/automation roles for companies such as Red Hat, Borland, and VMware. Geo also enjoys riding motorcycles and volunteering for duties at SF/Fantasy conventions and his local hackerspace.

Jennifer Boriss feed moved.

FuzzyFox (William Duyck) blog moved.

Planet Additions: Class Of 11/7/2010

Sunday, November 7th, 2010

Anamaria Stoica (feed) – Anamaria Stoica was a Release Engineer Intern in the Summer of 2010 when she worked on a series of Dashboards/Reports for the Build Infrastructure. She is currently a MSc Computer Science student in Romania and plans to keep writing about Mozilla’s Build System.

Mike Taylor (feed) – Bear (aka Mike Taylor) is a member of the Release Engineering team at MoCo and is working on the build system in general and is also one of the maintainers for Tinderbox and Bonsai.

Jonathan Griffin (feed) – member of Mozilla’s automation tools team.