Category Archives: General
Exactly on this day five years ago, on Monday, December 3, 2007, I started work at Mozilla as the QA engineer for Accessibility. I’d like to take this small anniversary to look back and look ahead. When I started, Mozilla … Continue reading
Today, CERN will celebrate the 20th birthday of the world wide web. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Tim Berners-Lee for writing the initial proposal and sticking to the idea even though his boss, Mike Sendall forgot about … Continue reading
I’ll be at FOSDEM in Brussels this weekend. I’ll be at the Mozilla booth or attending sessions in the dev rooms. If you feel like dropping by and talk accessibility, ARIA and such, feel welcomed!
Wow! I have the distinct honour of being the only one tagged by my new colleague on the Mozilla QA team: Henrik Skupin. I was also tagged by Steve Lee, and he came first! The rules Link back to your … Continue reading
To all my readers a very merry Christmas! Enjoy the time off, your loved ones’ company, the good food, and everything else there’s to enjoy about Christmas!
The move of my blog was finally completed Monday evening CEST. Everything should continue running smoothly now. Appologies to the commenter of my “Blog is moving” post: While your comment/warning was very much appreciated, I did not dare to try … Continue reading
Hi there! Over the next few hours, I’ll move this blog over to a new host. Hopefully if all goes well, you won’t notice much outage during that move period.
I wish all my readers a merry Christmas! Hope everyone will enjoy the free time as much as I intend to do! Also, all the best for 2008! May it be an enjoyable, productive, or in any way successful year … Continue reading