CA/Policy Participants

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This is an optional list of the names, affiliations (if speaking for a company) and backgrounds of participants in the mozilla.dev.security.policy group. If you participate in this group, feel free to add yourself or not; please do not add anyone other than yourself. If getting a wiki account seems like a hassle and you know Gerv's email, email him your info and he will add it.

Please keep the list in alphabetical order by first character of name, as used in From: email header. Use "definition list" markup (; for your name, : for the description).

Alex Gaynor
Works for Mozilla; posting in a personal capacity with views not necessarily representing the views of Mozilla, unless otherwise noted.
Andrew Whalley
Works for Google; PKI policy for Chrome/ChromeOS; Posting in a personal capacity, with posts not necessarily representing the views of Google, except where otherwise noted.
Aaron Wu
Works for Mozilla; posting in an official capacity except where otherwise indicated. Performs the Information Verification for root inclusion/update requests, verifies CA information in BR Self Assessments, verifies CA annual updates, maintains the CA Dashboard, and starts the public discussions for root inclusion/update requests.
Ben Laurie
Founder of the Certificate Transparency project; posting in a personal capacity except where otherwise indicated.
Eric Mill
Works for the U.S. General Services Administration's Technology Transformation Service; posting in a personal capacity and not representing GSA, except where otherwise indicated by use of a .gov email address.
Gervase Markham
Peer of the Mozilla CA Certificates Module; posting in an official capacity except where otherwise indicated. Has been involved in CA-related things for Mozilla since the middle of the last decade.
Gijs Kruitbosch
Mozilla employee who works on Firefox frontend; Posting in a personal capacity except where otherwise indicated. Even when posting in official capacity, posts do not imply anything about the official position of the Mozilla CA Certificate Module (with which Gijs is not involved).
Jason Milionis
University student on Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens; Firefox Student Ambassador; Posting in a personal capacity except where otherwise indicated.
Kathleen Wilson
Owner of the Mozilla CA Certificates Module; posting in an official capacity.
Kirk Hall
Works as Director Policy and Compliance - SSL for Entrust Datacard. I previously worked with Trend Micro and GeoTrust.
Nick Lamb
aka tialaramex; Employee of Experian PLC; posting in a personal capacity
Percy Alpha
Researcher on Internet security and censorship in China http://percya.com ; researched on China's large scale MITM of Github in 2013, iCloud, Outlook, Yahoo in 2014; victim of Great Cannon (hijacking HTTP request) DDOS of the website and Github in 2015; called for CNNIC's revocation in 2013; monitored CNNIC's censorship on the news of it being revoked in 2015.
Peter Bowen
Works for Amazon Trust Services; posting in a personal capacity with posts not necessarily representing views of Amazon, except where otherwise indicated.
Robin Alden
Works for Comodo CA Ltd/; posting in an official capacity except where otherwise indicated.
Rob Stradling
Works for Comodo CA Ltd/; author of crt.sh; posting in an official capacity except where otherwise indicated.
Ryan Hurst
Works for Google; Product Manager for Certificate Transparency and other PKI related projects. Posting in an official capacity except where otherwise indicated.
Ryan Sleevi
Peer of the CA Certificates Module; Works for Google; PKI policy for Chrome/ChromeOS; Posting in a personal capacity, with posts not necessarily representing the views of Google or the Mozilla CA Certificate Module, except where otherwise noted.
Tom Ritter
Works at Mozilla but is not involved with the Mozilla CA Certificate Module, Firefox UI Frontend. Just cares about TLS, CAs, and CT. Not posting in an official capacity, unless otherwise noted (but probably never ever will.)