Bug 1399578 - Follow-up for council members. Integrate suggestions from ewong.
authorFrank-Rainer Grahl <frgrahl@gmx.net>
Wed, 11 Jul 2018 13:08:19 +0200
changeset 1305 a9c57f569c38
parent 1304 1c61caa21119
child 1306 ae02ede77772
push id82
push userfrgrahl@gmx.net
push date2018-07-11 11:12 +0000
bugs1399578
Bug 1399578 - Follow-up for council members. Integrate suggestions from ewong.
src/about.en.html
--- a/src/about.en.html
+++ b/src/about.en.html
@@ -55,41 +55,43 @@ backing for the project.</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>
+  <dt id="KaiRo">Robert Kaiser (KaiRo)</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.
+        since late 1999. He served as project coordinator until 2011. 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="Callek">Justin Wood (Callek)</dt>
+    <dd>Justin has been working on Mozilla since early 2003, he is currently
+        advising ewong in all tasks SeaMonkey release related.</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>
+        in the SeaMonkey Code.</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>
+<h3 id="formercouncil">SeaMonkey Council Members Emeriti</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>
@@ -115,21 +117,16 @@ deal to make the current SeaMonkey the o
         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="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
-        working on Build Config and other areas throughout the SeaMonkey Code.</dd>
 </dl>
 
 <h3 id="owners">Project Area Owners and Peers</h3>
 
 <p>
 The SeaMonkey Project can be divided into several areas, which are listed on
 our <a href="dev/project-areas">project areas list</a>. Each of those areas
 should have an owner and possibly several peers (people who know the code well