Created attachment 393808 [details] Jeff Bonforte Headshot Jeff Bonforte, CEO of Xobni.com: Before joining Xobni as CEO, Jeff was VP of Social Search at Yahoo!, where he ran Yahoo! Answers and Delicious. Jeff also ran Yahoo! Messenger and oversaw its move from #2 to #1 IM client in the US. Before Yahoo!, Jeff was President of SIPphone, where he conceived and designed the Gizmo project, one of the earliest leaders in VoIP. In 1998 Jeff founded and was the CEO of i-drive, the largest online storage tool of the time, with over 10mm monthly unique visitors. Jeff joined Xobni as CEO in February of 2008. Garrett Camp, Founder & CEO of StumbleUpon Garrett leads StumbleUpon’s product and business strategy. He has guided SU’s development and design since 2001, from inception to over 7.5M members. StumbleUpon is now the largest personalized content discovery engine on the web, delivering over 425 million recommendations per month within its index of 29 million pages. Garrett completed his Masters in Software Engineering at the University of Calgary, where he researched interfaces for collaborative systems, evolutionary algorithms and information retrieval. He is also a 2007 recipient of MIT Technology Review’s TR35 award.
Please add those bios & headshots to this page: http://labs.mozilla.com/contests/extendfirefox3.5/judges.php
Has this stuff been checked into svn? If not, please do that first.
Will do. Morgamic is cc'd here and I'm just waiting to see if he can make the changes. As soon as he's ready, I'll update here. Thanks for the follow-up.
Can this wait until tomorrow? Will have time to make the changes tomorrow morning.
Sure thing Mike. If next week is better, that would be fine as well.
I'll get to it today, it's on my list.
This was meant to go to WebDev rather than Tinderbox Platforms ?
What the hell?
Hi Mike. Can I get a status on this?
r49865 - did it last week but didn't check in. Look it over here: http://morgamic.khan.mozilla.org/extend/judges.php Let me know if it's good to go and if it is, say so in bug 512264 and IT will push it.
This looks good Mike.