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Mozilla Developer News for Feb 19

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In this issue…

  • Mozilla Messaging launches

  • Firefox 3 Beta 3 released
  • Extend Firefox 2 contest winners
  • YDN on the Flickr uploader
  • FOSDEM ‘08
  • Firefox 3 features article
  • Mitchell Baker in Europe
  • Developer calendar
  • Subscribe to the email newsletter

Mozilla Messaging launches

Mozilla Messaging, the new mail focused subsidiary of the non-profit Mozilla Foundation, today announced that it has begun operations. The initial focus for Mozilla Messaging is the development of Thunderbird 3 which will deliver significant improvements, including integrated calendaring, better search and enhancements to the overall user experience. Thunderbird is a free, open source email application that is used by millions of people around the world and is built using the same open source development model as Firefox. For more information about the Mozilla Messaging launch, see the press release.

Firefox 3 Beta 3 released

Firefox 3 Beta 3 is now available for download. This is the eleventh developer milestone focused on testing the core functionality provided by many new features and changes to the platform scheduled for Firefox 3. Ongoing planning for Firefox 3 can be followed at the Firefox 3 Planning Center, as well as in mozilla.dev.planning and on irc.mozilla.org in #granparadiso. For an outline of new features that require feedback, please see the DevNews blog post announcing the Beta.

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Also: Firefox 3.0 Beta 3 Turns Up The Heat On The Competition




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