This is my report on activities related to the Mozilla Foundation for the week ending April 25, 2008. (Yes, I’m somewhat behind again on status reports, but will catch up again today.)
Projects for the week
Here’s a summary of what Foundation-related activities went on that 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
- I worked on one grant approved but not yet finalized, and another larger accessibility-related grant not yet approved.
- CAs and related issues
- Public communications and related issues
- The Mozilla Foundation was a sponsor of the W4A conference, more formally known as the International Cross-Disciplinary Conference on Web Accessibility (April 21-22 in Beijing).
- Zak spoke at the Leadership by (Open) Innovation in the Telecom, IT and Media Industries conference (April 24 in Munich).
- Steve Lee attended and spoke briefly at the Accessibility 2.0 conference (April 25 in London) on behalf of the Mozilla Foundation, and posted a conference report.
Upcoming events and activities
- The Mozilla accessibility team will be attending and staffing a Mozilla booth at the SightCity conference (May 7-9 in Frankfurt, Germany), with sponsorship by the Mozilla Foundation.
- I will not be able to attend the Berkman@10 conference (May 15-16 in Boston MA); if any Boston-area Mozilla people are interested in attending, please contact me.
- Zak will be doing a keynote at the eLiberatica 2008 conference (May 30-31, 2008, in Bucharest, Romania).
- The Mozilla Foundation will be a sponsor of the Personal Democracy Forum conference (June 23-24 in New York NY), which I’m planning to attend if possible.