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Mozilla Sponsors GNOME Accessibility Efforts

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gnome.org/press/releases: The GNOME Foundation is happy to announce a substantial donation from the Mozilla Corporation to benefit the GNOME Project's accessibility efforts. The donation will help continue the collaborative efforts between GNOME and Mozilla on Accessibility.

5 Reasons I would swear my loyalty to Firefox

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spreadfirefox.com: Who wouldn't like if their browser wears a haute couture skins or the pleasure of viewing Megan fox images on a 3D wall with uncluttered black background or get to know if the weather permits you to tee over the weekend just by moving the mouse over or download all the links on a page with just one click!

New Mozilla Email Is Easier to Use, But Not Easy Enough

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wsj.com: The good thing about open-source software is that it harnesses the talents of techies around the world. The bad thing about open-source software is that it's too often geared toward such techies, not average folks.

An Open Letter to Mozilla: RE Ubuntu

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limulus.wordpress: Mozilla needs to make an official repository for Ubuntu. It can support Debian and all the other DEB-based systems too (that would be awesome), but it NEEDS to be primarily aimed at Ubuntu.

Fixing my Firefox crash

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sutor.com: Last night my Firefox browser started to crash. Not occasionally, but every single time I started to to type something in the search bar in the upper right hand corner. What the heck happened?

spring cleaning for firefox

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mozillazine.org/asa: It's not quite Spring yet, but with the release of Firefox 3.6, now would be a great time to give your browser a good cleaning.

Mozilla takes on YouTube video

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  • Mozilla defends Firefox's HTML5 support for only Ogg Theora video
  • Mozilla takes on YouTube video choice
  • HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us and why we’re standing with the web

Goofy Pro-Linux Story to Counter Pundit's Awkward Efforts to Install Firefox

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linuxplanet.com: Back last August, as soon as Firefox 3.5 was released, I installed it on Ubuntu 9.04. I didn't know how to do it, because I was a rank beginner. Still am. But back then I was about as rank a beginner. Since there are so many ways to do various things in the Linux-based systems, it's easy to get confused.

5 Firefox Add-ons For Better KDE Integration

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  • 5 Firefox Add-ons For Better KDE Integration
  • 8 Firefox Add-ons I Can’t Do Without
  • Firefox surges

Firefox 3.6 tips and tweaks

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mozillalinks.org: Here are five quick tips to enhance your Firefox 3.6 experience:

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A Short MATE Desktop 1.17 Review in February 2017

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