Another Release Candidate

February 28th, 2010

The first release candidate is not even a day old, but we already got a lot of feedback (thanks! 🙂 ). The new RC addresses several stability issues, rendering problems and includes update Opera Unite translations. Download Opera 10.50 RC 2 Windows MSI / Windows Classic

Opera 10.50 RC for Windows

February 28th, 2010

You might have noticed that the 10.50 snapshots contain a lot more changes and fixes than usual. This is the result of our increased focus and has sped up the development process significantly. Thanks to the hard work of the Opera engineers Opera 10.50 for Windows has now reached RC status. We hope you like…

Last day for DrupalCon SF session voting: Monday March 1st

February 27th, 2010

Over 400 session submissions have been submitted for DrupalCon San Francisco, which will be held April 19-21, 2010. We need your help in deciding which of those sessions will be included in the conference program. Please come review the list of sessions and vote on the ones you’d like to see most. Voting ends Monday,…

A small changelog

February 27th, 2010

It’s a snowy day here in Oslo, Norway, so what better way to spend the afternoon than with a new snapshot? As you can see from the changelog, this build has a couple of fixes, and further fixes are expected in upcoming snapshots. At this stage, we are particularly interested in any recent regressions you…

Case Study: Augusta Chronicle

February 26th, 2010

The Augusta Chronicle, the flagship newspaper of Morris Publishing Group, recently relaunched its website on the outstanding Drupal framework. Morris first began using Drupal in 2005 with the launch of, a blog-centric community website coupled with a free daily newspaper. In 2006 it adopted Drupal for both news and blogs at, the website…

Opera 10.50 Beta for Mac!

February 25th, 2010

Opera 10.5 Beta for Mac has been released! :hat: Can’t wait any longer? Just head over to the Next Browser page to grab your copy. Good news for all Mac OSX 10.4 users, support on Intel returns! Highlights Cocoa Unified tool bar Growl notifications Multi-touch gestures Happy Easter! Well almost, but multi-touch users should…

Drupal 7 status update and release plan

February 25th, 2010

Drupal 7 is moving along nicely, and is becoming increasingly stable. We just released a second alpha release, fixing a number of critical bugs, following our initial alpha release in January. Alpha releases are to give Drupalistas something to download and test, so they can report and help fix bugs. When will we switch to…

More fixes

February 25th, 2010

Opera 10.50 for Windows is starting to shape up pretty nicely, and although there are still a few things left to fix, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Here’s a new batch of fixes to test. We also have new Unix builds. There might be a little something for Mac…

Documenting Standards in IE

February 24th, 2010

This post discusses some of the work we’re doing on the IE team to fulfill our commitment to document our support of web standards. A good starting point is Microsoft’s interoperability principles, something we’ve written about here on this blog before, and a principle that’s easy to see in action in our products, like IE8….

Archdiocese of Saint Louis Migrates to Drupal

February 24th, 2010

In early 2009, the Archdiocese of Saint Louis determined that it needed to upgrade its website, mostly for security concerns. After investigating a move from Joomla! 1.0.x to Joomla! 1.5.x, the Archdiocese determined it would be more cost effective and a more future-proof decision to migrate the over 49 individual Joomla! sites that comprised…