This is my report on activities of the Mozilla Foundation for the week ending March 30, 2007.

Projects for the week

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

  • Grants and related activities. I attended and spoke at the G3ICT meeting on Monday, March 26, at the United Nations building in New York. I also considered some new requests for conference and travel sponsorships.

    Next action(s): Make more progress on the action items arising from CSUN and G3ICT. Do a blog post summarizing our accessibility-related efforts, as well as a brief meeting report on CSUN and G3ICT.

  • CA certificates. For continuing coverage of CA-related issues the best place to turn to is now Gerv Markham’s status reports as posted on Gerv’s blog. (However I did work some with Gerv last week now that he’s turned from gathering data about CAs to evaluating their applications.)

    Next action(s): None at this time.

  • IP/legal issues. I didn’t make much progress on the proposed corporate contributors agreement (bug 342029).

    Next action(s): Spend more time on getting the contributors agreement moved forward.

  • Other. See also Gerv’s report for the week ending March 30.

Upcoming activities

My travel calendar is empty, at least for now.

Random notes

While traveling and working I spent a lot of time listening to the music of Eluvium (Matthew Cooper), sort of an orchestral ambient blend. Fortunately eMusic has a pretty complete set of Eluvium albums, including my favorite, Copia.