tldr; Hired by Phoxygen to work on Firefox OS and implement RTL UIs.
I started contributing to the Mozilla project in 2012, August it was when I joined my home-country community, Mozilla Tunisia. One of the most important reasons I joined was how much was I interested in Boot2Gecko project or what we call now Firefox OS. Ever since, I’ve been a big fan of it and I wanted it so bad in my country and the whole region of Middle East and North Africa that I started contributing to the code, and sending patches that fix how the Right-To-Left User Interfaces looked like with one simple goal: The sooner it’s done, the sooner it lands in the region.
And wow, time really flies. With me finishing my studies at the Higher Institute of Technological Studies, I’m wrapping up 2014 with a new job; Basically what I have been doing for the past couple of years turns into a post-graduation career as I’m kicking off working with Phoxygen, a French company that implements OEMs requirements, features and solutions into Firefox OS where my main and primary task is to implement RTL UIs into the operating system.
So yeah, looking forward to see what 2015 has in store for Firefox OS, Phoxygen and me 🙂