This is my report on activities of the Mozilla Foundation for the week ending September 22, 2006.

Projects for the week

Here’s a partial listing of what I and others at the Foundation did this past week:

  • Grants and related topics. I concluded arrangements for a Foundation grant to Seneca College (of Toronto Canada) to support their Mozilla-related activities; you can read more about these activities on David Humphrey’s blog.

    Next action(s): Sort out administrative arrangements for one more project we’re planning to fund.

  • IP-related issues. I worked some more on trademark applications; our goal is to have applications for all word marks and logos associated with the main products of the project (not just for Firefox and Thunderbird).

    Next action(s): Initiate application for the SeaMonkey logo after any needed paperwork gets done.

  • Conferences. Gerv Markham and Zak Greant participated in EuroOSCON and EuroFoo.

    Next action(s): Maybe Gerv and/or Zak will blog about this?

Upcoming activities

  • Zak Greant will be attending the Government CIO Summit in Ottawa on September 28.
  • Due to personal commitments I’ll miss the Mozilla weekly call today.

This concludes the report.