Category: Interviews

Some people other then me saying smart stuff.

12 Nov

SUMO: Interview with David Tenser – Firefox Support Director

Can you tell me a bit about yourself and how you first got involved in Mozilla? I heard it was a long time ago 🙂

Yes, the years have definitely flied by. 🙂 It started around the Netscape 6 days around 2001 when I discovered that Mozilla was basically the same thing as Netscape, only with different branding — or, rather, a lack of branding. Being the geek that I am, I wanted to learn more about this new open source project, so I started to participate in the newsgroups discussions and made connections with other people online. Before I knew it, I was pretty heavily involved with both asking and answering questions about the use, design, and direction of projects like the Mozilla suite and this new browser called Phoenix (which later became more known as Firefox).

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14 May

Interview with Seth Bindernagel – Director of Mozilla Localization

Hi Seth. Can you tell me a bit about yourself? How you got into working for Mozilla and what were your first tasks?

Sure. I first started working for Mozilla back in 2006 when I was asked to start Mozilla’s Community Giving and Empowerment program. With the help of Asa Dotzler, I was able to launch a program to help members of our community with reasonable levels of support that would both assist and amplify a volunteer’s or a community’s contribution to the Mozilla project. Read more

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