Bug 1399578 - Clean up the about page and add current council members. r=IanN
authorFrank-Rainer Grahl <frgrahl@gmx.net>
Tue, 10 Jul 2018 00:07:54 +0200
changeset 1304 1c61caa21119
parent 1303 b4421cc6179a
child 1305 a9c57f569c38
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push userfrgrahl@gmx.net
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bugs1399578
Bug 1399578 - Clean up the about page and add current council members. r=IanN
src/about.en.html
--- a/src/about.en.html
+++ b/src/about.en.html
@@ -22,45 +22,81 @@ Such a software suite was previously mad
 and the SeaMonkey project continues to develop and deliver high-quality updates
 as well as new features and improvements to this concept. Containing an
 Internet browser, email &amp; newsgroup client, HTML editor, IRC chat and web
 development tools, SeaMonkey is sure to appeal to advanced users, web
 developers and corporate users.
 </p>
 
 <p>
-<a href="http://www.mozilla.org/" class="mozillapower"><img
- src="/images/powered_by_mozilla_small.png" height="31" width="122"
- alt="powered by Mozilla"></a>
 SeaMonkey is built on the open source
 <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/">Mozilla</a> Gecko engine, the same code which
-underlies the highly successful siblings Firefox and Thunderbird.
+underlies the highly successful Thunderbird and is the base for the Firefox browser.
 SeaMonkey benefits from the cross-fertilization with these other projects, by
 gaining (and contributing) new features and the ongoing security updates which
 are a modern necessity.
 The <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/foundation/">Mozilla Foundation</a>
 provides hosting and legal backing for the SeaMonkey Project.
 </p>
 
 <h2 id="org">Organization</h2>
 
-<h3 id="council">SeaMonkey Council</h3>
+<h3 id="council">SeaMonkey current Council</h3>
 
 <p>The SeaMonkey Council is the project leading team.
 Its responsibilities include release management (deciding when to cut
 releases and what code is included in a release; the release engineer of
 the Council is responsible for actually doing the release) and being the
 final instance for decisions about features when developers disagree.
 The SeaMonkey Council also decides on legal issues concerning the SeaMonkey
 project, in conjunction with the Mozilla Foundation, which provides legal
 backing for the project.</p>
 
 <p><strong>Members</strong> (in alphabetical order):</p>
 
 <dl>
+
+  <dt id="IanN">Ian Neal (IanN) - SeaMonkey code module owner</dt>
+    <dd>Ian does work on XUL/JS stuff (mainly UI but also some backend) with a
+        little bit of simple C++ stuff thrown in. He is the de facto project
+        manager and main reviewer and has been actively involved in Mozilla
+        development for about two years before the SeaMonkey project was
+        started.</dd>
+  <dt id="KaiRo">Robert Kaiser (KaiRo) - project coordinator</dt>
+    <dd>KaiRo has been working on localizing the Mozilla suite (now SeaMonkey)
+        since late 1999. He was also doing the EarlyBlue and LCARStrek themes
+        and add-ons for data and download management, among others.
+        See also <a href="http://home.kairo.at/blog" class="ex-ref">KaiRo's
+        blog</a> and <a href="http://www.seamonkey.at/" class="ex-ref">the
+        German SeaMonkey site</a>.</dd>
+  <dt id="ewong">Edmund Wong (ewong) - release engineer</dt>
+    <dd>ewong took over from Callek as the Release Engineer for SeaMonkey.
+        He is doing the releases and working on the Build Config area
+        in the SeaMonkey Code. When not doing this he is setting up the new
+        Microsoft Azure based SeaMonkey infrastructure outside of the Mozilla
+        realm.</dd>
+  <dt id="frg">Frank-Rainer Grahl (frg)</dt>
+    <dd>frg does development and support work. He is actively involved in most
+        SeaMonkey areas. As a former software developer on z/OS he joined the
+        team in 2015 to brush up his skills and got a bit more involved
+        then he originally planned. When he is not doing work for SeaMonkey he
+        can be usually found fixing or playing pinball machines</dd>
+  <dt id="rsx11m">(rsx11m)</dt>
+    <dd>rsx11m does development and support work. He is mostly doing
+        development in the preferences and mail/news areas of SeaMonkey.</dd>
+</dl>
+
+<h3 id="formercouncil">SeaMonkey former Council members</h3>
+
+<p>No longer active in the project we own the former Council members a great
+deal to make the current SeaMonkey the only full Internet suite left on earth.
+</p>
+<p><strong>Former Members</strong> (in alphabetical order):</p>
+
+<dl>
   <dt id="Ratty">Philip Chee (Ratty)</dt>
     <dd>You are Philip Chee, an eccentric extension developer who started
         using the Suite when it was still called Mozilla. You eventually got
         involved in SeaMonkey development some time in 2006. You work on the
         front end of SeaMonkey (XUL/CSS/JS) and have applied yourself to most
         parts of SeaMonkey. Your main areas of focus are customizable toolbars
         and tabbed browsing. You are also actively involved in community
         outreach including communicating with end users and extension
@@ -75,30 +111,16 @@ backing for the project.</p>
         MailNews development.</dd>
 
   <dt id="InvisibleSmiley">Jens Hatlak (InvisibleSmiley)</dt>
     <dd>Jens has been a Mozilla user since the early days, naturally
         migrating to SeaMonkey and eventually starting to contribute. He is
         mainly involved in Sync, general suite UI (including MailNews), Help
         and website maintenance.</dd>
 
-  <dt id="KaiRo">Robert Kaiser (KaiRo) - project coordinator</dt>
-    <dd>KaiRo has been working on localizing the Mozilla suite (now SeaMonkey)
-        since late 1999. He's also doing the EarlyBlue and LCARStrek themes and
-        add-ons for data and download management, among others.
-        See also <a href="http://home.kairo.at/blog" class="ex-ref">KaiRo's
-        blog</a> and <a href="http://www.seamonkey.at/" class="ex-ref">the
-        German SeaMonkey site</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt id="IanN">Ian Neal (IanN)</dt>
-    <dd>Ian does work on XUL/JS stuff (mainly UI but also some backend) with a
-        little bit of simple C++ stuff thrown in. He peer reviews on help and
-        has been actively involved in Mozilla development for about two years
-        before the SeaMonkey project was started.</dd>
-
   <dt id="Neil">Neil Rashbrook (Neil) - SeaMonkey code module owner</dt>
     <dd>Neil is the "module owner" of XPFE (most of the SeaMonkey-specific code),
         and a super-reviewer focussed on XPFE and MailNews. He has been very
         involved in all SeaMonkey related development for years.</dd>
 
   <dt id="Callek">Justin Wood (Callek) - release engineer</dt>
     <dd>Justin has been working on Mozilla since early 2003, he is currently
         the Release Engineer for SeaMonkey. When not doing releases he is also
@@ -145,14 +167,14 @@ the list</a>.
 If you have questions about legal issues, project management issues or topic
 that need to stay undisclosed to the wider public, please mail the SeaMonkey
 Council at seamonkey-council@mozilla.org.<br>
 Please do <strong>not</strong> use the Council address for support requests!
 </p>
 
 <p>
 If you find an issue with this website, please <a
-href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=%3Awww.seamonkey-project.org">check
+href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=%3ASeaMonkey+Website">check
 whether it has already been reported</a> and <a
-href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Websites&component=www.seamonkey-project.org">file
+href="https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?component=Website&product=SeaMonkey">file
 a new bug</a> if necessary.
 </p>
 </html>