The Mozilla Awards!
Thursday March 9th, 2000
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#24 Hyatt for MVP
by trudelle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday March 10th, 2000 5:44 PM
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I nominate David Hyatt for MVP (Most Variable Player). He alternates between not being able to use his hands at all for weeks on end (I think he bends the bits with his mind), to cranking out new languages (XUL, XBL), widgets (trees, XPMenus), features (skins), and performance enhancements, etc in an hour or two of amazing wizardry. Dozens of engineers make daily pilgrimage to his cube to seek wise counsel. Others curse his searing midnight missives. Either way, we wouldn't be anywhere without him; he is the most!