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Full Time at "CSI:Mozilla"!

Roughly three months ago, I blogged about contracting for Mozilla, and that 3-month half-time contract has actually ended last week. But my work for Mozilla has just started, as that contract has been extended by 6 months of full time!

I've now also gained a real @mozilla.com account and can regard myself as a real part of the Mozilla workforce now. I'm looking forward on more analysis of crashes on one hand, of areas where we need better crash stats on the other hand, along with finding out specs of what exactly we need there and trying to drive and accompany those to completion. That basically means I'm continuing what I did in the last months, but with even more intensity.

As the internal phonebook has a freeform field for a job description, I've been thinking a lot recently what I should put in there (left it blank for the moment) and as I've putting most of my work into investigating surrounding of crashes and the scenes of crash analysis, I'm more and more leaning toward "Crash Scene Investigator - CSI:Mozilla", what do you think? ;-)

Whatever exact wording I put in there, I think I found an interesting corner in this project to work on, with a lot of interaction with other people int he project, just as I like it, and I'm proud of helping to improve the stability of Firefox and reduce frustration for hopefully a lot of people out there! :)

Update: The @mozilla.com account mentioned above is now reachable with "kairo" before the "@"! ;-)

Entry written by KaiRo and posted on May 12th, 2011 02:55 | Tags: CrashKill, Firefox, future, Mozilla, Socorro | 7 comments | TrackBack



Asa Dotzler

from USA

Congratulations. You've been doing great work and been a big help with all this crash effort. Looking forward to more of it.

- A

PS You've been "real part of the Mozilla workforce now" for a long time.
2011-05-12 04:10


Glad you are helping out more! It's been great so far, can't wait to see what gets done in the future.
2011-05-12 04:24


from Den Haag, NL

Congrats Roberts !!!! Happy it worked out !
2011-05-12 05:39


from USA

I think Crash Scene Investigator is cool and much clearer to most people.
2011-05-12 12:08


Congrats, Robert!

*filling up the space to get to the minimum number of characters
2011-05-12 14:20


Congrats also from here.

It would be nice having you adding new features for SM also, but now it's time to progress by yourself, and take your life wherever you want (talking in terms of work).

Wish u luck!
2011-05-13 00:03

Laura Thomson

How did I miss this?
Excellent news. I'm delighted you're around for longer, you've been doing great work.
2011-06-06 19:32

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