I really like the Mozilla review process. Basically, I do work on my own machine and post it as a proposed patch to the bug. Other people on the team get a change to review the change, and if they like it, they give it a thumbs up. If they have issues, they post them back to the bug, I fix them, and produce a new patch. Once the reviews are all accepted, the change gets landed in the source repository, and it goes into the next official build.
Outside of Mozilla, I've started doing some work with a new hacker group here in New York called HTINK. The h is silent, so it's pronounced like "tink", and makes me a htinker. We've got a big workshop we're doing here in NYC on March 14th where we'll be building lots of Arduino-compatible microcontroller boards and hooking them up to RGB LEDs and robot servo motors. There's more stuff being discussed later in the year too. I'm also working on material for an Arduino web server workshop where I'll show how to hook up one of the boards to your Ethernet and run a simple server on it so you can read sensors or change outputs. That class will happen at NYC Resistor, probably in early April.