Mozilla 10th Anniversary Party
Tonight, R and I attended the 10th Anniversary Part for Mozilla at the 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco.
There was quite a crowd there from Mozilla past as well as present. I didn’t get a good count but the place was packed wall to wall. It was enough that I did not manage to circulate from one end of the room to the other until we decided to leave.
Strangely enough, Frank Chu was also present… This led to a few conversations about our local icon/nutter.
Because I can, I must include the obligatory post of my QA peeps from MoCo:
Stephen and Juan have worked with me on the QA for most of the Firefox and Thunderbird security releases for the last six months. For that alone, they should be called out.
Oh, and me, courtesy of Paul Kim:
The party was a lot of fun and I’m glad that everyone got a chance to celebrate 10 years of Mozilla. Mitchell had a good post about it earlier today for those that don’t know what’s going on.