Don Marti bio
Don Marti is an open source strategist at Mozilla. He is the former editor of Linux Journal and former president of the Silicon Valley Linux Users Group.
Don has written for Linux Weekly News and other publications, and co-authored a paper on the economics of software quality for the Workshop on the Economics of Information Security. He has been a speaker on user data, targeting, and signaling effects in advertising at Ogilvy Nudgestock and the MSIX conference. Don serves on the board of the Linux Foundation's CHAOSS project. He is the founder of the Aloodo project, the first publisher and brand-centric tool for incentivizing end user tracking protection. Don has worked in software development, technical marketing, and media.
I have accepted Google funding in the past. Google was one of the sponsors of FreedomHEC USA. I used the money to pay for travel and accomodations for speakers.
I am a former employee and current stockholder in ScyllaDB, which is a really fast NoSQL database.
I am a member of the advisory board of Incentives Research, a Canadian corporation focused on the economics of software quality.