Carla Casilli (feed) – Carla joined the Open Badges team in September 2011 as the Project & Operations Manager for Open Badges. She is committed to examining, encouraging, developing, and improving alternative educational assessment efforts that feed the Open Badge ecosystem. Carla uses her blog to facilitate strategic and exploratory conversations about Mozilla’s Open Badges initiative.
Ross Bruniges (feed) – Ross Bruniges is the Mozilla Foundations web developer and lives in London, England. Having worked in the web industry for over 7 years has worked on projects for banks, radio stations, universities and is now looking to bring all these experiences to Mozilla and continue making lovely websites.
Michelle Levesque (feed) – Michelle Levesque is working with the Mozilla Foundation to create a web literate planet. She plans to teach the world how to become producers (and not just consumers) on the web, so that they can share ideas and express themselves to the rest of the world.
Mike Ratcliffe (feed) – Mike joined the Firefox Developer Tools team in April 2011 after being a long term contributor to Firebug and Firebug Lite. His mission is to help make Firefox the best web development platform on the planet and hence make the web better. Is it me or does Firefox get awesomer and awesomer every day?
Michelle Thorne (feed) – Michelle Thorne is the Global Event Strategist for the Mozilla Foundation. She leads the Mozilla Festival and helps develop event kits to make it easy to organize and host Mozilla-related activities in your own city.
Laura Hilliger (feed) – Laura Hilliger is a multimedia designer and developer, a technical liaison, a project manager, an Open Web hacktivist who is happiest in collaborative environments and aspires to eliminate the digital divide and keep the Web open. She’s an artist, educator, writer and technologist. I’m into Open Web, freedom, education and a million other things.
Martin Best (feed) – Martin has recently joined the Mozilla mission to keep the web open. He will be posting about the work he is doing with the engineering group to look into how they are operating. He will do this by surfacing information on trends, issue, and best practices relating to development activity. He will also be focusing on how Firefox, and HTML5 as a standard, can better support video game development. His past achievements include an Emmy winning ARG, helping setup one of the world’s largest social games in Canada, a bestselling casual game, and a browser based 3D MMORPG developed from the ground up.