This is my report on my activities related to the Mozilla Foundation for the week ending May 18, 2007. Most of the stuff I worked on is not yet ready for public announcement, hence the skimpiness of the report.
Projects for the week
Here’s a partial listing of what I and others did this past week:
Grants and related activities. I completed paperwork on a new accessibility-related proposal, and worked on paperwork for a grant proposal originally submitted for Summer of Code.
Next action(s): Finish paperwork on two other grant proposals resulting from the Summer of Code submissions for which we didn’t have slots. Do a blog post summarizing our accessibility-related efforts, as well as a brief meeting report on CSUN and G3ICT.
IP/legal issues. Not much new since last week.
Next action(s): Work more to get the contributors agreement moved forward.
- I may be in Boston on June 1 to attend the Internet & Society Conference 2007 and meet some folks from the Berkman Center.
- I’ll be in Atlanta on July 2 to speak at the annual meeting of the National Federation of the Blind in Computer Science.
- I’m considering attending at least part of OSCON 2007 July 23–27.
- I’ll tentatively be in Boston on July 30–31.
Still trying to finishing unpacking after the house move . . .