Accelerated process

January 30th, 2010

This spring we are doing everything a bit different. Firstly we have staffed up our desktop engineering team with a large number of great engineers. This means we are moving faster than ever before. Secondly, as you know, we are undertaking some massive changes to the platform integration that will give significant improvements for all…

Firefox for Mobile Now Available on Nokia’s Maemo Platform!

January 30th, 2010

We’re pleased to announce that Firefox is now available for Nokia’s Maemo platform. Starting today, Nokia N900 owners can enjoy many of the same Firefox features they know and love on the desktop on their mobile device. Bringing Firefox to mobile devices is the next step toward fulfilling Mozilla’s mission of providing one Web that…

Mozilla Labs Releases Weave 1.0

January 29th, 2010

Editor’s note: On Jan 28, Mozilla Labs released Weave 1.0. For more details, check out Ragavan Srinivasan’s blog announcement, reposted below. We’re pleased to announce that the Weave Sync add-on for Firefox is now generally available to seamlessly bridge your desktop and mobile Firefox experiences. Using this free browser add-on from Mozilla Labs, you can…

Firefox 3.6 Release Day: Behind the Scenes

January 29th, 2010

It’s been a week since Firefox 3.6 release day and after more than 21 million downloads we are still going strong! We spent some time last Thursday capturing the magic of the release and have put together a behind the scenes video. Enjoy!

What will you do this summer…make Firefox?

January 29th, 2010

Editor’s note: Cross-posted from Julie Deroche’s Blog. Over the years, Mozilla went from hiring only a handful of interns to now having over 30 students during the summer. They come from different academic backgrounds and different countries, with the shared objective of improving the web. At Mozilla, our goal is to expose the students to…

Firefox for Maemo RC3 Available Now

January 28th, 2010

Editor’s note: Today, Mozilla released the third Firefox for Maemo Release Candidate. Check out Director of Mobile, Stuart Parmenter’s blog post reposted below. We’re excited to bring you the third release candidate of Firefox for Maemo. Since RC2, we fixed several usability bugs that were found, as well as addressed a number of performance issues….

The Mozilla Store Needs Your Help!

January 28th, 2010

We want to make sure that Firefox t-shirts (and other Mozilla swag) are always readily available to community members around the world who want them. So, as we think about the future of the Mozilla Store it’s really important that we get ideas and input from as many people as possible. If you have a…

Tip: Managing tabs

January 27th, 2010

When you’re using the same browser window to check your email and calendar, write a report, do some research, and watch a few YouTube videos, the tabs trip can become pretty crowded. With Google Chrome, we tried to make it easy to keep your tabs organized. You can use the mouse to grab a tab…

Mitchell Baker Honored with Aenne Burda Award at DLD-Conference in Munich, Germany

January 27th, 2010

Mitchell Baker, chairperson of the Mozilla Foundation, was awarded the Aenne Burda Award at the international Digital Life Design Conference in Munich, Germany. Mitchell is the fifth recipient of the award that honors successful, creative female entrepreneurs that are visionaries of the digital world. She received the award for alternative and transparent developments in software. To…

DP Bestflow: The Definitive Online Guide to Digital Photography

January 26th, 2010

After a highly successful Drupal deployment for the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) national website, the ASMP decided to again use Drupal for their next project: Digital Photography Best Practices and Workflow, or dpBestflow for short. DP Bestflow is a Library of Congress-funded initiative to provide an all-encompassing resource for digital photography best practices….