WordCamp San Francisco Call for Speakers

May 31st, 2011

The annual WordPress conference, WordCamp San Francisco (home of the very first WordCamp), is now accepting speaker applications. Past speakers have included core WordPress developers, people building successful businesses on WordPress, popular bloggers, people from related projects and businesses…you name it. In addition to Matt Mullenweg’s annual “State of the Word” address, WCSF has played…

Opera 11.50 (Swordfish) Beta

May 31st, 2011

Welcome to the Swordfish (Opera 11.50) Beta! Thanks to everyone who provided us with feedback and comments during the pre-beta testing of Swordfish. With this beta, Swordfish will be brought to an even wider audience. We will get an even better idea about issues that need to be ironed out before the final version is…

Fixed some annoying crashers

May 30th, 2011

Just a small update from our Sunday post. This build adds a few quick crash fixes. Enjoy! Known issues We have not enabled auto-update for this snapshot Drop downs in mail compose windows are black on Linux and FreeBSD Inspecting elements with Dragonfly does not always work Clicking the link on the Intranet toolbar on…

Sunday Special

May 29th, 2011

Whether you’re keen on new HTML5 APIs, SVG performance, page load performance, or bug fixes: Opera’s Core department delivers with this large update. This is a feature packed release with a new implementation of the HTML5 history extension API, custom data-* attributes API, Element.classList API (sweet!), and more. The Desktop team has also been busy….

A second build to celebrate Friday

May 27th, 2011

The Opera team have been working hard following our snapshot earlier today and we managed to get a few more fixes ready for further testing. We, therefore, thought we’d give you an even better snapshot to play with. :yes: It contains all the improvements from the last one, plus those listed in the change log…

Fixes and improvements – on demand plug-in sitepref, Ctrl-click support

May 27th, 2011

Here’s the next Opera Next. This Swordfish snapshot has another bunch of bug fixes and improvements for you, some eagerly awaited, and polishes the Speed Dial and Password Sync some more. Opera was the first browser that gave you the option to load tabs in the background by holding Ctrl+Shift down while clicking. Now, you…

Here Come the DrupalCon London Keynote Speakers

May 26th, 2011

We are proud to announce DrupalCon London‘s keynote speakers: Tom Standage, The Web Standardistas and, of course, Dries Buytaert. Dries Buytaert Dries Buytaert, Drupal Project Lead and President of the Drupal Association, will kick-off the conference with his State of Drupal keynote presentation on Tuesday, 23rd August. Dries Buytaert will discuss where Drupal is and…

Mozilla Firefox, NVIDIA and YouTube Bring 3D HTML5 Video to the Web

May 26th, 2011

Editor’s note: Today, Mozilla, NVIDIA and YouTube announced support for 3D HTML5 video, available exclusively in Firefox. You can find the announcement here and read more details from Mozilla Director of Platform Product Management, Chris Blizzard, here. Below is an excerpt from the blog post. Starting with Firefox 4, WebM videos encoded with 3D data…

Internet Explorer 9 Now Available in 93 Languages

May 25th, 2011

Internet Explorer 9 is now available in more local languages than any other browser on Windows. Today, we released support for IE9 in 53 additional languages, making IE9 available in a total of 93 languages. Please visit the Worldwide downloads page to download IE9 in a language of your choice. Here’s the complete list of…

WordPress 3.1.3 (and WordPress 3.2 Beta 2)

May 25th, 2011

WordPress 3.1.3 is available now and is a security update for all previous versions. It contains the following security fixes and enhancements: Various security hardening by Alexander Concha. Taxonomy query hardening by John Lamansky. Prevent sniffing out user names of non-authors by using canonical redirects. Props Verónica Valeros. Media security fixes by Richard Lundeen of Microsoft, Jesse Ou…