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Jeremy Orlow is now a WebKit reviewer!

January 26th, 2010

Jeremy has done a lot of work on local storage and session storage within WebKit. Much of this brought it up to date with spec changes, but he also improved it by adding quota support and fixing many bugs. As part of the Chromium port, he also worked on its WebKit api and JavaScript bindings. Please…

Over 1,500 new features for Google Chrome

January 25th, 2010

We’re excited to usher in the new year with a bundle of browser goodness for the stable version of Google Chrome. With today’s new stable release, all Google Chrome users on PCs can access over 1,500 new features, through our new extension system. Extensions are little programs, created by developers, which add useful functionality to…

Automated testing 2.1 deployed – contributed projects

January 23rd, 2010

After a lot of work, waiting, staging, and such I am proud to announce the addition of contributed projects to the automated testing system. Contributed projects may now take advantage of the same system that Drupal core developers have been using for over a year with great success. The deployment comes quickly after the recent…

Continued stabilization

January 22nd, 2010

With a third snapshot this week, you might have figured that we’re very busy stabilizing and improving 10.5. Also this snapshot includes a major update of Presto with over a hundred of bug fixes and improvements. And to make it even better we expect to release more new milestones next week that will fix most…

DrupalCon SF Session Submissions Open

January 22nd, 2010

The San Francisco DrupalCon organizing committee is happy to announce that session submissions are open! Come see the sessions that have already been proposed, and if you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, suggest your own. Drupal’s community is what sets it apart from the pack, so come be a part of the magic!…

IE Cumulative Security Update Now Available

January 21st, 2010

Today we released a Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer.  We’ve released this Cumulative Security Update earlier than originally scheduled based on malicious activities reported on the web. The update is available via Windows Update and Microsoft Update. Most users configure their machines to update automatically; you can find more information on that here. This…

Personas: So what’s your style?

January 21st, 2010

Are you a Personas fan or want to change the look of your Firefox? Firefox 3.6 makes it possible for you to change the appearance of your browser by selecting new themes called Personas in a single click and without a restart! There are over 30,000 designs to choose from thanks to our wonderful community…

SharkScopers

January 21st, 2010

SharkScopers is a Drupal 6 site that allows online poker instructors to sell screencast tutorial videos. The first two minutes can be viewed by anyone. Users can purchase credits that unlock whole videos. Instructors then receive a cut of the profit. Jonathan Brown from Blue Droplet Media in Edinburgh, Scotland, has been helping Mike Jonas…

Mozilla Delivers Firefox 3.6 to Millions of Users

January 21st, 2010

Mozilla, a public-benefit organization dedicated to promoting choice and innovation on the Web, today released Firefox® 3.6, an update to its popular, free and open source Web browser. The latest version of Firefox introduces cutting-edge features, support for a wide variety of Web standards, and access to more than 6,000 free add-ons that allow users…

Ruby Rendering in WebKit

January 21st, 2010

Introduction From the W3C spec: The name “ruby” originated from the name of the 5.5 point font size in British printing, which is about half the 10 point font size commonly used for normal text. A ruby annotation is a short piece of text in smaller font, written directly above or below or – with vertical…