I am a Firefox Release Manager since 2018.

I started getting involved in Mozilla in 2000 individually, then in 2001 as part of the Netscape Champions program creating documentation and ending our first end users with Netscape Communicator and Mozilla Suite.

I later got involved in our early Web Compat initiative.

I participated in the creation of Mozilla Europe and built European marketing and localization communities for Firefox in the early 2000s, around a website in 27 languages that generated 200,000 downloads per day for Firefox in Europe during 7 years.

I was also the Mozilla Spokesperson for Spain for a few years and helped organized our early participation to FOSDEM and multiple open source events in France and Spain.

I founded or helped founded several community sites for the French and Spanish communities (FrenchMozilla, MozFr, MozillaES, Mozilla-Hispano). I am still maintaining with French volunteers.

From 2002 to 2016 I worked on creating a localization community from scratch as Mozilla websites and software were only available in English. I helped getting Firefox,, multiple marketing sites and official extensions translated in 80+ languages with hundreds of volunteer translators recruited across the globe. I was also the tech lead for a QA tool used by localizers called Transvision (an equivalent of searchfox but for translators).

In 2016, I created the Firefox Nightly channel Reboot program so as to improve our release quality from the earliest stages with the help of our core community. Follow us on

Late 2023 I restarted an initiative to rebuild a Spanish (Spain, not the language) community from scratch, join us on