Archive for December, 2010

Planet Additions: Class Of 12/21/2010

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Danny Moules (feed) – I’m a software developer who recently started helping in the Mozilla community involved in development of Mozilla labs projects and the odd Thunderbird patch. I’ve developed a few Firefox addons and I’m an avid video games developer evangelising the benefits of WebGL. I work full time in clinical health software.

Matt Evans (feed) – Matt Evans is the Director of Quality here at Mozilla. Matt Evans’ career spans from establishing QA efforts in startups to running test engineering in large public companies. When not getting out the latest release, Matt tries to spend his time enjoying the family cabin near Donner Lake, CA.

Pierros Papadeas (feed) – Pierros is a curious wannabe architect, foss enthusiast, jack of all trades, focused in promoting Free and Open Source Software and Open Web. Pierros is actively participating in Mozilla Marketing Team, Fedora Project and many other foss projects.

Allen Wirfs-Brock (feed) – Allen Wirfs-Brock is a Research Fellow at Mozilla and a member of Ecma TC-39, the JavaScript standards committee. His interests include programming languages, virtual machines, the evolution of the browser platform, and the ubiquitous computing.

Mozilla DevTools (feed) – The Mozilla Developer Tools group helps with projects that make life better for web developers. On this blog, we’ll talk about the projects we’re working on.

Planet Additions: Class Of 12/12/2010

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

Pedro Alves (feed) – Pentaho BI Specialist, author of CDF, CDE, CDA, CCC (…), founder of and member of Mozilla Metrics team.

Jim Blandy (feed) Jim Blandy is a long-time Free Software hacker. He has worked on GNU Emacs, GNU Guile, GDB, Subversion, EGLIBC; presently he works on Firefox for The Mozilla Corporation. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his wife, daughters, and dogs. He is learning Japanese and the easy Chopin waltzes.

Planet Additions: Class Of 12/5/2010

Sunday, December 5th, 2010

Michael Verdi (feed) – Michael Verdi joined the SUMO team in April as the content manager. He has a lot of experience writing easy-to-understand software documentation having previously co-authored the book Secrets of Videoblogging and created the Freevlog tutorials. Outside of Mozilla he’s a member of a theater company, a filmmaker and a triathlete.

Julian Seward (feed) Julian is a British programmer living in Stuttgart in southern Germany. He works on runtime analysis and space profiling of the Mozilla codebase. His blog exists mostly to publicise some of the work he’s doing for Mozilla.

Jonathan Protzenko (feed) – Jonathan is a Thunderbird contributor. Jonathan works mainly on Thunderbird experiments such as the upcoming Thunderbird Conversations, or “Compose in a tab”, and contributes to other areas of the Mozilla project (documentation, gecko fixes, {applications.thunderbird,extensions}…).