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DrupalCon Copenhagen: What You May Have Missed

June 16th, 2010

We are continuing to work to make DrupalCon Copenhagen as awesome as possible, but we wanted to take some time to give you an update on what we have been working on lately: As you may have noticed, the deadline for submitting a session has been moved back to June 27th. Voting on the sessions…

Opera 10.6 Beta released

June 16th, 2010

Hei We today released the new beta of Opera 10.6. The focus on this version has been performance and core updates. We have added some nice web technologies: WebM, Geolocation, Web Workers, Offline Web Applications, Cross-Document Messaging update etc We do appreciate the help you guys give us with your testing. Now lets continue making…

Gooooaaal!

June 16th, 2010

Sore throats from yelling after every goal. Red eyes from waking up too early or staying up too late to watch a game. Sick leaves multiplying during important matches. It’s official: Football fever has spread around the globe, as the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ is already underway. For those of you who are football fans,…

Dumitru Daniliuc is now a WebKit reviewer!

June 15th, 2010

Dumitru Daniliuc, better known to the community as Dumi, has spent most of his time working on WebSQLDatabase. After getting it working within Chromium’s sandbox, Dumi has focused his efforts on fixing bugs, cleaning up code, getting database functional within Web Workers, and helping implement the synchronous interface to the API. Please join me in…

HTML5-enhanced Opera 10.60 Beta is coming!

June 15th, 2010

This is a release candidate for the public beta of Opera 10.60. In the previous snapshot, we added several new features related to HTML5 and other open web standards. As many of you know, the HTML5 project started long ago here at Opera, and we are dedicated to fully supporting HTML5 and the latest in…

Rely on Declarative Security Features in the Browser

June 15th, 2010

Cutting edge web applications push the boundaries of the web development model. In the security space, this raises an interesting question – who owns security for a web application built on a complex platform hierarchy? Is it the application at the top of the stack, the intermediate platform component, or the browser itself? We believe…

PitBulls.org – Dogs for Smart People

June 14th, 2010

PitBulls.org is a community and information site centered around the American Pit Bull Terrier, usually referred to as Pit Bulls. Pit Bulls get a lot of coverage in the media, usually negative, because there is rampant fear of the breed. They are also often the target of Breed Specific Legislation (BSL). PitBulls.org aims to share…

HTML5, and then some

June 14th, 2010

The web is moving quickly these days, and Opera would like to stay at the forefront of open web standards. Opera has been promoting HTML5 since the beginning (and HTML5 actually has its roots at Opera), and in this build we have added four features related to HTML5 and other open standards, and an update…

Saturday Snapshot

June 12th, 2010

It’s a rainy Saturday here in Oslo, so it’s a good opportunity to release a snapshot. This build contains quite a few fixes. Various crashes have been fixed, as well as some Dragonfly and scope protocol issues. We’ve also been working on some RTL/BiDi things. There’s good news for Linux users: Java should now work…

Git with Drupal 7 Webinar on June 12, 2010

June 12th, 2010

On June 12, 2010, the Los Angeles Drupal user group is hosting Git with Drupal 7, a one-day event featuring both a Git bootcamp followed by a Drupal 7 code sprint. To make this event as accessible as possible, we’re broadcasting the Git bootcamp via WebEx conference from 10am-1pm PDT. Please join us! Drupal.org is…