about:mozilla is a weekly round-up of news and contribution opportunities. Here’s what’s happening this week.
Apps Developer Preview
Ragavan announces the launch of the Apps Developer Preview. The preview is limited to 3,000 developers so reserve your spot now to test the features of the marketplace app submission and sale process.
Nukeador from the Mozilla Hispano community shares how they have grown their infrastructure to accommodate new contributors and projects.
Matt Thompson discusses how Kate Hudson from the Knight-Mozilla project has taken Shakespeare and created an outstanding interactive film that highlights the potential of hyper-video for learning and education.
If you’re interested in Web development and building space games with HTML5 you should definitely be checking out the weekly installments of the all-new Rawkes Weekly. The tenth installment is out now.
Goodbye Sync Add-on
This week we announced the end of official support for the Firefox Sync add-on. To ensure that you continue to get all the features provided by Sync and the best Firefox experience, please upgrade to the latest version of Firefox.
Matthew gives a run down of the number of responses to the five different IT volunteer positions and what will happen next. If you’re interested in any of these positions be sure to apply.
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Have a good week folks and keep rocking the Web!
13 Dec 2011 paulbooker