Add-ons Blog

Posts from 2009

Bay Area Add-ons Meetup next Tuesday

We canceled last week’s Add-ons Meetup due to bad weather in the area, but have rescheduled it for next Tuesday, October 27. If you’ll be in the Mountain View area next Tuesday, please RSVP and stop by for free food and add-ons discussion! For more information on the event, see our meetup page.

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Contributions- a look at some numbers

Since the Contributions Pilot launched in July, we’ve been working hard to improve this feature and understand its impact on the community.  Since we launched the Contributions Dashboards in early September, we’ve been able to look at the data and gather our findings. One of the first questions that developers want to know is whether… Continue reading

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Cancelled: Add-ons Meetup today

Come join us at the new Mozilla HQ in Mountain View for some BBQ and a schedule that’s light on presentation and heavy on interaction.  Sign up here. Festivities start at 7 and end at 9, hope to see you there! Edit: due to the biggest storm since 1962, we’ve postponed the event.  Stay tuned… Continue reading

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Extend Firefox Observations of Submissions by Countries

With the Extend Firefox contest over, I wanted to see where entries were coming from so I created some quick charts that show which countries were represented via the various submissions: These charts show me we need stronger developer outreach outside of North America & Europe. South America, for example, is a hot bed of… Continue reading

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Supporting our add-on developers

There’s been interest lately around the SkipScreen add-on and we’re happy to report that we will continue to list this add-on on our site.  We continue to support add-on developers like SkipScreen and work hard to provide the best selection of browser add-ons on the Web.

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Extend Firefox 3.5 is Over. Let the Judging Begin!

Now that the Extend Firefox 3.5 Contest is officially over, the hard part of judging the add-ons comes into play. We had 64 add-ons submitted with 40 of those being brand-new new add-ons and 24 being upgrades. We have a great set of judges which will help to put these great entries through their paces… Continue reading

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Bay Area Add-ons Meetup Group

Our last San Francisco Bay Area meetup in May was very successful, with great turnout and positive feedback afterwards. Since then, we’ve had a number of meetups across the United States and learned a lot about what developers are interested in talking about. Based on that, we thought a recurring meetup group here in the… Continue reading

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