This is my report on activities related to the Mozilla Foundation for the week ending November 2, 2007. As in previous weeks, we’ve been working on projects not yet ready for public announcement; also I lost a lot of time dealing with medical issues and system problems.
Projects for the week
Here’s a summary of what Foundation-related activities went on last week; for more information about others’ activities please see the weekly status reports published by David Boswell, Gerv Markham, and Zak Greant.
- Grants and related expenditures
- The Mozilla Foundation is sponsoring an accessibility code-a-thon to be held November 17–18 at the University of Southern California.
- Zak has been working on putting together a set of conferences for which we’ll have Foundation representation.
- I’m not planning any out-of-town trips in the near future.
- David Boswell is on vacation this week.
- Zak is delivering a keynote address at the International PHP Conference this week.
For the first time in a long while I got out of the house and went to an actual live event, in this case a performance by Alarm Will Sound at the Library of Congress; the Washington Post has a review. In summary, a great concert, and also a reminder that I need to start listening to Conlon Nancarrow’s music.