Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
mozillazine.org: One of the big challenges in developing a great Web browser is figuring out where the browser's performance gets in the way of people using the browser. Telemetry in Firefox is a new technology that allows our developers to build performance tests right into Firefox itself.
tomshardware.com: Three major released have landed since our last impromptu Web Browser Grand Prix (WBGP4): Chrome 12, Firefox 5, and Opera 11.50. Can Chrome or Opera regain the WBGP championship? Will Mozilla Firefox ever overtake Microsoft's IE9 in the rankings?
extremetech.com: Firefox 5 was all about bug stomping. Firefox 7 — at long last — will focus on memory management and performance increases.
dedoimedo.com: I was fairly excited when Firefox 4 was released three months ago. When I say excited, it means I considered it to be a useful, logical continuation of a successful browser series. But when Firefox 5 debuted just a few short days ago, my response was meh, who cares.
mozilla.com: Mozilla is committed to providing the best Web experience for people everywhere, for whom the Web has become such an important part of their daily lives. Providing updates to Firefox more frequently allows us to secure users against emerging threats.
linuxinsider.com (blog safari): Even on the sunniest, most peaceful days here in the Linux blogosphere, it's a pretty safe bet that the Great Browser Wars are still being waged somewhere, whether or not we can actually overhear the particular skirmish of the moment.
brajeshwar.com: The all-out web browser brawl has competitors throwing dirty punches in a below-the-belt free-for-all fight for market share.
zdnet.com: New releases are due every six weeks. So what does Mozilla say to reassure enterprise customers who are worried about testing and deployment of Firefox? “Go away. We don’t need you.”
linux-blog.org: What is wrong with everyone in Linux land bagging on Mozilla Firefox and their 5.0 release?