blog.internetnews.com: From the 'What Happened to Firefox 3.6.1?' files: No, that's not a typo. Mozilla is currently scheduled to release its next open source Firefox browser version 3.6.2 on March 30th.
blogs.zdnet.com: The 10-year-old Mozilla Public License will be updated by the end of 2010. It appears that the higher ups want the language updated, the terms simplified and the license modernized.
theregister.co.uk: Mozilla has pushed out a Firefox developer preview that runs Adobe Flash and other plug-ins as a separate process, hoping to prevent crashing plug-ins from crashing the browser proper.
opendotdotdot.blogspot: A few months ago, I wrote about Mozilla's new Drumbeat campaign, "a global community of people and projects using technology to help internet users understand, participate and take control of their online lives."
- Researchers Develop 3D Graphics Capability for Firefox
- Mozilla issues new Firefox test release
tech.blorge.com: Firefox has, for a long time, been gaining ground in the Web browser wars, eating in to Internet Explorer’s still-sizable lead all the while. But no longer.
news.cnet.com: Mozilla, faced with new competitive pressures, has begun work on three separate, significant changes to Firefox.
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- Firefox is really stupid
- PCLOS 2010 Beta 1 Coming soon
earthweb.com: Firefox users -- make your Firefox browser even better with these 10 extensions:
Also: Firefox Private Browsing Mode ByPassed By Add-Ons
mozillazine.org/asa: Microsoft has posted a draft of the ballot that will appear via Windows Update for IE users in the EU.