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.
My travel calendar is empty, at least for now.
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.