Introducing Weave

Chris Beard

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As the Web continues to evolve and more of our lives move online, we believe that Web browsers like Firefox can and should do more to broker rich experiences while increasing user control over their data and personal information.

One important area for exploration is the blending of the desktop and the Web through deeper integration of the browser with online services.

We’re now launching a new project within Mozilla Labs to formally explore this integration. This project will be known as Weave and it will focus on finding ways to enhance the Firefox user experience, increase user control over personal information, and provide new opportunities for developers to build innovative online experiences.

Just like Mozilla enables massive innovation by making Firefox open on many levels, we will aim to do the same with Weave by developing an open extensible framework for services integration.

Organizing Principles

We’ve set out some basic organizing principles to help frame the approach that we’re going to explore. We will:

  • provide a basic set of optional Mozilla-hosted online services
  • ensure that it is easy for people to set up their own services with freely available open standards-based tools
  • provide users with the ability to fully control and customize their online experience, including whether and how their data should be shared with their family, their friends, and third-parties
  • respect individual privacy (e.g. client-side encryption by default with the ability to delegate access rights)
  • leverage existing open standards and propose new ones as needed
  • build a extensible architecture like Firefox

Overview of the Idea

  1. browser metadata is pushed into the cloud (e.g. bookmarks, history, customizations, etc.)
  2. this metadata is transparently reflected everywhere an individual gets online
  3. we provide a basic framework for easily sharing and delegating access to this metadata to friends, family and third-parties
  4. we build tools and APIs to extend this framework and to provide new user experiences

Use Cases

We’ve also developed some initial use cases that we’ll be exploring with Weave. To be clear, it’s not Mozilla’s intent to provide robust applications for, say, travel planning. We intend to provide the infrastructure and an consistent model for how a user can open up their browser metadata to friends and third-party applications. These use cases are just examples of the types of things we would like to explore, and have others build applications on top of.

Initial Roadmap

  • basic framework and server-side in place for testing and experimentation
  • authentication with a single online service provider (e.g. labs.mozilla.com)
  • bookmark and history synchronization to the server from multiple clients
  • default encryption of all user data with a placeholder algorithm

Weave 0.2 (Early 2008)

  • initial Web service APIs for developers to build on
  • user controls and ability to delegate (and revoke) access rights to specific bits of browser metadata
  • UI to enable sharing on applicable interfaces

Get Weave

  • Install Weave v0.1 for Firefox 3.0b2pre or greater, Windows/Mac/Linux
    Warning: This is an early prototype. Use at your own risk.

How to Get Involved

We’ll be rolling out prototypes of various components of the framework, gathering feedback and hosting a series of discussions and sessions on the Mozilla Labs site to plan, design, and further develop Weave.

  • Discuss, debate and add to the design in the Weave forum.
  • Join us in #labs on irc.mozilla.org.

420 responses

  1. Q-A wrote on :

    Help! I still don't have a way of syncing my Firefox profiles between multiple computers.

    Xmarks works really well… if all that matters to you is bookmarks.
    But what about your browsing history? Your user dictionary? Your search autofill? Your Persona skin? Your extensions?

    And what if you have multiple Firefox profiles?
    Well that's my predicament. At the time of this writing there are no solutions. Google Browser Sync is discontinued. Google Wave is… I don't even really know what I'm supposed to use that for. Right now I have my FF profiles in my Dropbox folder and it's syncing EVERYTHING. We're talking about all the cache, the massive urlclassifier3.sqlite file, the places.sqlite file (which is inevitable since it holds my bookmarks, but Xmarks at least syncs individual bookmarks instead of the whole file!)
    I need a solution.

    Please Mozilla – Weave my online experience back together. It's totally disjointed. I'm about to give up and only browse the web on a single computer.

  2. Rob wrote on :

    Hmm I wonder where Google got there ‘Wave’ service idea from ;-)

  3. Julio Souza wrote on :

    I miss Weave updates…

  4. Jim Gaudet wrote on ::

    Welcome to the Cloud…

  5. Mike wrote on :

    Is the Weave project dead? I haven’t seen an update in a long time.

  6. Jon Tara wrote on :

    I’m afraid in my case Weave is a total failure.

    I installed Firefox 3.1b2 and the current Weave on XP and Mac OS. The Mac is new, and I hadn’t bookmarked anything there. The XP is “mature”, and had a lot of bookmarks.

    I enabled only bookmarks, and did an initial sync on both machines. The bookmarks from the XP machine transferred to my Macbook, and all seemed well.

    I then proceeded to start organizing my bookmarks on XP (remember, it is “mature” – a lot of old and un-categorized bookmarks). Bookmarks I moved seem to have been transferred OK. But ones that I deleted were not always deleted on the Mac. Some were, some weren’t.

    However, something else much more serious has occurred. I have a recursive mess! I previously had nothing under “unsorted bookmarks” on both machines. I’ve always added new uncategorized bookmarks in the main bookmark menu. I dunno at what Firefox version “unsorted bookmarks” appeared, but I’ve never used it, and my browser has always defaulted to adding bookmarks to the main menu.

    Now, I have a second copy of all of my bookmarks (from the very top level “All Bookmarks” down) under “unsorted bookmarks”. And…. at the bottom of that, yet another copy of all of my bookmarks under another “unsorted bookmarks” entry. Ad infinitum. Well, I don’t really know if it is ad-infinitum, because I don’t have the patience to drill-down and see how far it goes.

    But it looks to me like it’s turtles all the way down.

    I think it’s best to revert to Firefox 3.06 (or 3.07) and recover my bookmarks from backup media. Not useful, and quite scary at this point. Disappointing, to say the least, at a point after more than a year of development.

    Hey, I know it’s beta, alpha, or less, but…

    Ugh, now I’m confused where my bookmarks are or how I’m going to get them back the way they were. My bookmarks.html is dated 1/4/2009, and backup dated 1/4/2009. So this is not where they are. There’s a bookmarkbackups directory in my profile, and that has an html file from 1/4/2009, and several json files with various dates up to the present. The json files are all around the same size, so no apparent growth.

    I’m guessing, then, that my bookmark file is not actually growing, but that this is some sort of bug that makes the display code recursively display the bookmark directory structure endlessly.

    But where the heck are my bookmarks kept? Is the bookmark file no longer used once you are using Weave?

    It may be helpful to know how I have my bookmarks organized. Most of them live in the Bookmarks Toolbar. I have about 10 folders there, some of them with many subfolders. I put new bookmarks in the main bookmark menu, and eventually move them to to toolbar folders. As I said, I NEVER use “unsorted bookmarks”.

  7. mmarino wrote on :

    Anyone else unable to sign in to the service? I haven’t been able to connect for awhile now, and it reports an invalid username and/or password, even though I am 100% certain that the ones I am using are correct.

  8. FeRD wrote on :

    Whoops, neglected to mention that second part of my response was actually directed @Don Dwiggins.

  9. FeRD wrote on :

    @guillaume: The FEBE Firefox extension (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2109) has functionality to address exactly the issue you raise — it claims to “actually rebuild your extensions individually into installable .xpi files. Now you can easily synchronize your office and home browsers.” (From the summary at addons.mozilla.org.)

    I’ve been using FEBE for general profile-backup purposes for a month or so, but haven’t personally tried out the extension-management functionality… sounds worth looking into if you need to keep multiple browser installations in extension-sync, though.

    As for selectively syncing various folders of bookmarks, Foxmarks added that functionality at some point not too long ago — they call it “Sync Profiles”. You can (for example) define profiles for “Work” and “Home” browsers, and designate bookmarks folders that should not (or should only) be sync’d for different profiles.

    I’ve been using Foxmarks for a VERY long time, and it would be hard to overstate how awesome I think it is. I originally installed back in the days of the Firefox 1.5 -> 2.0 journey, to protect against that annoying bug where Ffox occasionally just blanked a profile’s personal/historical data w/o warning — I was tired of losing my bookmarks and just wanted them archived somewhere outside the browser! The fact that it became my ONE consolidated bookmark set, and was always the SAME no matter which computer I was on or what OS I was booted into… actually that was just an added bonus. (But quickly made it painfully obvious how much time and effort I’d been wasting before, storing things locally — the POINT of a bookmark is to have some page readily & quickly available if I need it again. Which it really isn’t when there’s a good chance I’ll be in another browser instance.)

    Plus there are times — not very often, maybe once every couple of months or so — I’ll find myself somewhere random mentioning this great page I’d seen, or someone will be looking for info that I know I found on an obscure site. Conversations that invariably used to end, “Yeah, I know I bookmarked it… I’ll try and remember to send you the link when I get home.” (Hah.) Now, it’s just “here, I’ll pull it up for you”… a quick trip to my.foxmarks.com from anywhere == instant gratification.

    I’m not saying Foxmarks itself is perfect. (And no, I don’t work there.) It’s had hiccups, and there are valid reasons for some people to have privacy concerns or need richer functionality. (My own needs aren’t too demanding: I signed up on 2006-05-28, looks like, and almost 3 years later I’m only at revision 448.) My bookmarks also aren’t closely-guarded state secrets, it took me all of maybe 3 minutes to decide that it really didn’t matter where my bookmarks might be spread… not even the couple of URLs I stored with authentication data embedded, for various reasons. *shrug*

    (That was back when installing Foxmarks automatically meant everything was exposed, it’s nice to know that now certain things can be protected w/ profiles… I still haven’t bothered, tho.)

    When I saw that there was a plugin for syncing to Google Bookmarks, I figured THAT would eventually eclipse Foxmarks — I went with Foxmarks initially only because at the time it was really the only option. I’m as surprised as anyone that I accidentally picked the right horse.

    History syncing would still be nice, sure… Weave and Google Bookmarks both looked like promising candidates to take syncing to the next level and make it more extensive, robust, and intelligent. But everybody trying to do full-history syncing is apparently finding it real hard to do right, and do well… or really at all. Foxmarks doesn’t do a LOT, but it does it in a pretty much invisible, automatic, and intuitive way that actually proves ASTONISHINGLY useful as a result.

  10. Binh Truong wrote on :

    I am fan of Opera, I think Firefox should support Notes as Opera, Notes in Opera can sync so user can use everywhere.

  11. Don Dwiggins wrote on :

    Pardon me if this has been mentioned before:

    I use two Firefox instances: one for my work activities, and one for personal. I use them both on the same computer, but I do want to keep them separate. I’d like Weave to understand and respect that, so I can have not just “My Firefox” but “My Personal Firefox” and “My Work Firefox”. As an extension of this, it’d be nice to be able to selectively carry e.g. bookmark folders across the two.

  12. sgrenier wrote on :

    I just wnat to know which license Weave is distributed?

  13. Eric wrote on :

    Confirmed what Tiago is saying, getting segmentation fault when attempting to start Firefox 3.0.5 with Weave 0.2.7.

  14. Tiago wrote on :

    Firefox 3.0.5 crash when Weave 0.2.7 is enable. Disable it if you use 3.0.5

  15. guillaume wrote on ::

    Mozilla weave is great BUT there’s a fundamental feature that it’s lacking of:

    KEEP THE LIST OF THE USER’S EXTENSIONS ON THE SERVER SIDE AS WELL!!!

    Whenever the user logs in, all its missing extensions are proposed to be installed, right here, right now.

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  20. Krishna wrote on ::

    Got this link from Google Browser Sync. Wanted to try it out. Also can someone tell me if Mozilla is available for Symbian mobiles yet?

    Krishna from keepwrite.com

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  26. Watashidesu wrote on ::

    The idea proposed of all email being kept on ones own computer is O.K. until you come to wanting your emails from a different computer then unless you’ve left your computer on and gone abroad, you can’t access your emails. So I must admit that I think it’s better as it is with your ability to delete anything as you wish.
    Watashidesu.

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  35. Superspecial.si wrote on ::

    Wonderful. Works fine!

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  39. Maziar wrote on :

    It’s been a long time. When weave will be back on the track again?

  40. future Weaver wrote on ::

    je n’en percevois aucun non plus. ca vient quands, alors… ?

  41. sabrinus wrote on :

    Hi,

    i need something that syncs cookies like Google Browser Sync does.

    When will Weave be available?
    I cant see any progress.

    regards

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    Can a delete existing account function be created, because I’m now one user who can’t access the weave demo currently..

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    […] “Google Browser Sync” für Firefox 3 leider nicht mehr weiter entwickelt gibt es mit Mozilla Weave eine adäquate […]

  78. Myrddin Emrys wrote on :

    Has Weave lost its coders? Are you running into technical difficulties?

    An update would be nice.

  79. rocketmouse wrote on :

    Aw! Just bring back Google Browser Sync for those of us who don’t dabble (and don’t advertise in the comments…) It really worked cross-platform!

  80. Sacman wrote on :

    Weave doesn’t work on Firefox 64bit (Minefield)

  81. Remco wrote on ::

    If you can’t wait, you can always create your own Weave WebDAV server. It’s much faster and from a security point-of-view it’s better to keep your data on your own server. Instructions at http://remcobressers.nl/2008/07/create-your-own-mozilla-weave-server/

  82. Pingback from jennifer crakow » Blog Archive » links for 2007-12-27 on ::

    […] Mozilla Labs […]

  83. Thomas wrote on :

    When are you opening op registrations again?
    I have been trying for a week now, and I still get “try in a few days” :-(

    After the FF 3 upgrade, my Google Bookmarks sync doesn’t work anymore, and really need a new alternative :-D

    /Thomas

  84. Sathya Narayanan wrote on :

    I can’t register! The set up says that there is a server error!!!!!!!

  85. Pingback from Aurora: Future of browsing - EmiratesMac on ::

    […] great work in innovations and new web technologies, one of the dreaming ideas that came true is Weave, its still in very early versions, but you can try […]

  86. Pingback from UCL Web Services Blog » Blog Archive » Firefox 3 on ::

    […] Introducing Weave […]

  87. Pingback from Источник цитаты (орган): Сайт газеты «Казахстанская правда» (http://kazpravda.kz) - Zakon.kz on ::

    […] Comment on Introducing Weave by Antonio Leite […]

  88. Pingback from В Мозамбике вводятся биометрические паспорта и идентификационные карты on ::

    […] Comment on Introducing Weave by Antonio Leite […]

  89. Pingback from Инна Бурулова: силовики предлагают мэру Элисты поменять кресло на свободу - Кавказский узел on ::

    […] Comment on Introducing Weave by Antonio Leite Explore posts in the same categories: Медицинский уход […]

  90. Pingback from DK Blog » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave, integración con servicios web on ::

    […] nueva extensión desarrollada por Mozilla Labs nos permitirá integrar en Firefox un cliente que sincronizará nuestros datos con el servidor de […]

  91. Macklin Chaffee wrote on :

    I work at library/home/dorm/lab and regularly use 3-4 different Computers with different OSs every day. This would save some emailing of information (from myself to myself).

    This looks great, let’s see it in action!

  92. youtube downloader & converter wrote on ::

    still getting invalid username/password error

  93. Pingback from MobileMacs » Blog Archive » MM009 Reboot tut gut on ::

    […] Mozilla bietet sicheres Syncing mit Weave […]

  94. Pingback from Sociz 日志 » Blog Archive » Mozilla项目面临的挑战 on ::

    […] 对于浏览器来说,在线服务已经成为改善用户体验的重要手段,很多扩展,例如早先的Google BrowserSync,Foxmarks 以及其他一些作品都证明了这一点。在多个Firefox实例之间同步书签,对于很多用户都是有吸引力的。而现在Firefox3和它的智能地址栏像烈火一 样迅速蔓延(不是双关语),书签和浏览历史对于用户的价值越来越高。Mozilla Weave在这方面应该能大有作为。 […]

  95. “Da Man” wrote on :

    I am getting the same invalid username/password error

  96. Pingback from Persoonlijke data-overdracht met Weave « flwi blogt on ::

    […] enkel nog maar je bladwijzers te synchroniseren. Gelukkig niet als het van Mozilla Labs af hangt: Weave, momenteel nog in beta, is een poging om browser metadata, persoonlijke data en gegevens die je in […]

  97. Pingback from Collusion Intrusion » Blog Archive » Sync me! on ::

    […] am in desperate need of syncing technologies! Mozilla Weave which basically carbon copies your Firefox install wherever you are via an online account, […]

  98. tArKi wrote on ::

    Same problem for me. Some days ago I could sign in, but know my username seems to be invalid.

  99. Erich wrote on :

    I am getting the same issue. “Invalid username/password.” It worked fine yesterday!

  100. Asgaroth wrote on :

    I can’t sign in today..
    It tells me “Invalid username/password”
    Yesterday all works fine

  101. Allan Ogg wrote on ::

    I’m currently running verion 0.2.0. but the update to version 0.2.4 doesn’t install on my PPC mac running 10.4.11. Are you now excluding the PPC architecture?

  102. Pingback from Brian Dusablon » Blog Archive » Things I Need to Review: Mozilla Weave on ::

    […] Mozilla Labs » Introducing Weave […]

  103. Pingback from Google Browser SyncからWeaveに移行 — hibilog 2008 on ::

    […] Weave – ブックマークを同期。次期バージョンではクッキーやパスワードも同期できるようになるそうです。 […]

  104. iade wrote on :

    finally I can use Weave 0.24 under ubuntu 8.04…
    1) install weave 0.20 and run setup wizard
    2) upgrade to latest weave version

    bye

  105. Alias Node wrote on :

    Can we get an updated roadmap?

  106. David Kleiner wrote on :

    The latest Weave add-on upgrade doesn’t install on ppc mac os x 10.5.4 powerbook. This is for 0.1.30 to 0.2.2

  107. Pingback from rMenezes - Useful Files » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave - a Mozilla mais pr?xima dos usu?rios on ::

    […] Links relacionados: https://services.mozilla.com/ http://labs.mozilla.com/2007/12/introducing-weave/ […]

  108. Justin wrote on :

    Everytime I go to register, it gives me a server error.

  109. Wonen in Duitsland en Hypotheek voor DUitsland wrote on ::

    installed , works fine.

    Thanks for the post :)

  110. Pingback from Mozilla Weave at listapalm v. 2.0 on ::

    […] de mucho probar me decanté por Weave de Mozilla Labs, no porque era la mejor, sino que lo hice porque es de Mozilla y les tengo fe a […]

  111. Pingback from Mozilla Weave, l’outil de synchro de demain ? | Le blog de Yohann CIURLIK | Spawnrider.Net :: Blog on ::

    […] Weave est un “futur” outil de Mozilla Labs. Pas tout jeune puisqu’il est apparu durant l’année 2007 mais très prometteur. L’idée de Weave est très simple. En quelques mots, il vous permettra de synchroniser vos données de navigation via Internet. Le but étant de disposer d’un espace partagé (un petit nuage) sur le net qui stockera vos informations personnelles : […]

  112. Pingback from Mozilla Weave Please Work! « Robert’s Thoughts on ::

    […] to give it the benefit of the doubt because I think it could turn into quite a good tool but man, Mozillas Weave is soooooooooooooo […]

  113. Pingback from Gravitational Pull - Google browser sync: I’m not dead yet on ::

    […] and passwords. Foxmarks, which I switched over to, only supports syncing bookmarks, so far. And the Mozilla’s Weave project is still in an early beta stage. So it’s nice to hear on the official Google open source blog […]

  114. Pingback from Mozilla Weave - Features und Installation der Google Browser Sync Alternative - Alexander Langer on ::

    […] Version 0.2 wird das Synchronisations-Plugin für den Webbrowser Mozilla Firefox 3 langsam erwachsen. Mit einiger Verspätung erschien […]

  115. Pingback from Zotero gets a sync upgrade « Bombasto! on ::

    […] a sync upgrade Seems like sychronization is the newest killer app out there. First, Mozilla Weave comes up with the ability to synchronize Firefox settings between computers. Second, the Foxmarks […]

  116. Pingback from Firefox Labs 发布社会性分享软件Weave[For Firefox 3] - 英文站采集 SEO优化 Adsense广告配置 on ::

    […] 点击进入 […]

  117. Pingback from Les solution Google pour les startup, micro-entreprise | Patrice Albertus : eMarketing, Blogging Solutions & Webdesign on ::

    […] point à l’autre. (favoris Internet, mots de passe, historique, cookies, etc… à voir projet béta Weave de Mozilla) Et au fur et à mesure qu’on embarque toutes nos données dans la machine Google (que […]

  118. youtube downloader wrote on ::

    Try TubeTilla, it’s a free youtube downloader and converter.

  119. had wrote on ::

    just installed.. and works fine!

  120. Pingback from GNUCitizen: Another Mozilla Attack Vector? | Infosecurity.US on ::

    […] on the new Mozilla Weave product, yet another cloud computing initiative, gone awry? Is it really a good idea to save your […]

  121. Pingback from Weave, la synchronisation par Mozilla | Maxime Gaillard on ::

    […] Mozilla vient justement de sortir une première version (très très en développement) de Weave, immatriculée 0.2. A ne pas utiliser pour travailler ou bien à vos risques et périls […]

  122. Pingback from Simple Saved » Weave de Mozilla eleva más aún a las nubes a Firefox on ::

    […] Weave Site […]

  123. alessandro wrote on :

    I read through the early posts, and I saw some discussion about user privacy, however I have a more specific concern which I don’t know if has been addressed:
    – if a user wants to maintain privacy for their online activity, they can currently choose to clean (or not to record in the first place) all the private browsing data. Will users be able to do the same thing with Weave? Specifically, what guarantees exist to the user that their browsing data saved in the “cloud” isn’t accessed by others without their permission? If a user had previously allowed a third-party application to use some of their data, how can the user control which data is accessed by this application, while keeping the rest of their data completely private?
    Example: If a person uses their computer at work to read the press and access their online credit card accounts during their lunch break, how can this person make sure that either: the history of their activity during their lunch break cannot be accessed by any third party in a way that this activity can be traced back to the specific user, OR that this browsing data is never recorded anywhere.
    It would be neat if the browser came with an easy-to-click button that allowed any user to switch between private browsing (where nobody else but me can tell what my activity on the internet was), and times when it is ok to share certain information about my browsing.

  124. Pingback from Licencia Creativa » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave, manten tus preferencias de Firefox a donde vayas on ::

    […] Mozilla Weave es una potente extensión que pretende mantener todas las configuraciones y preferencias del usuario siempre disponibles sin importar a donde vayas. Por supuesto, la idea no es nada nueva, pero vieniendo de los chicos de Mozilla, es todo un suceso. Por el momento, Weave aún está en fase experimental (incluso es posible descargarlo). La idea nació a finales del 2007, pero al ritmo en que trabaja está gente, podríamos esperar un RC en cualquier momento. Por cierto, solo funciona para Firefox 3. […]

  125. Pingback from Weave de Mozilla eleva más aún a las nubes a Firefox | Voto on ::

    […] alternativas en el mercado como Foxmarks), pero viniendo de donde viene…[Vía ArsTechnica]Read | Permalink | Email […]

  126. Pingback from Weave de Mozilla eleva más aún a las nubes a Firefox - Valverde a Tope on ::

    […] alternativas en el mercado como Foxmarks), pero viniendo de donde viene…[Vía ArsTechnica]Read | Permalink | Email this | Comments You can follow any responses to […]

  127. Pingback from Top 10 Reasons to Use Weave - A Firefox Must Have « Top 10’s of Everything [ Design | Technology | Business ] on ::

    […] Involved or Explore for More Information Home Page | Discussion […]

  128. Web design Blackburn wrote on ::

    Excellent – picks up where Google BrowserSync leaves off for FF3 and pushes the envelope.

  129. Pingback from Le blog de Timothée Mervillon » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave ou comment synchroniser vos favoris Firefox on ::

    […] télécharger Mozilla Weave, c’est par […]

  130. Arnab Bose wrote on :

    Seems good, only it is too slow. Firefox takes about 5-15 minutes to close when I ‘weave’ all 5 components book marks, history, tabs, passwords, cookies. This is way more than any acceptable limit.

    Will start using as soon as the time is reduced to a manageable amount.

  131. Pingback from Blue Knight Sojourn of the Mind » Blog Archive » Google Browser Sync no longer Available on ::

    […] Mozilla Weave Project […]

  132. Pingback from Weave - ainda decepcionante « Hamacker’s Palace on ::

    […] – ainda decepcionante Arquivado em: GNU/Linux, ubuntu — hamacker @ 10:55 Weave é um complemento de serviços online para o mozilla firefox cuja promessa é agregar alguns […]

  133. Pingback from COQ:FABRICEPOULIN » Blog Archive » Firefox & Weave on ::

    […] Google Browser Sync ist Vergangenheit. Mit Einführung des Firefox 3 hat sich das nützliche Tool verabschiedet. Doch es gibt Hoffnung am Addon-Himmel: Weave […]

  134. Pingback from Weave by Mozilla Labs: Synchronise Firefox on multiple computers « My Life on ::

    […] Weave as it’s called runs in the background of Firefox and will upload your data (encrypted) to Mozilla’s secure servers where it can be accessed, retrieved and synchronised again with your other computers. So far Weave is capable of synchronising Bookmarks, Browsing History, Cookies, Saved Passwords, Tabs and Saved Form Data. In future releases you’ll be able to synchronise Extensions, Themes, Search Plugins and Microformats too. […]

  135. Pingback from Firefox Weave 0.2 « Tristan’s unproductive blog. on ::

    […] Further reading: http://labs.mozilla.com/2007/12/introducing-weave/ […]

  136. Pingback from sincronizando tus marcadores favoritos de Firefox en diferentes PCs - entrebits.cl on ::

    […] tus marcadores favoritos de Firefox en diferentes PCs sincroniza tus marcadores Mozilla Labs, ha presentadola nueva versión 0.2 de la extensión Weave, que nos permite tener sincronizados entre […]

  137. Barry Auerbach wrote on :

    Until I installed Weave 0.2 tonight (7/1/08), I had been able to log into my banking website, but now the site won’t accept what I enter. I can, however, enter that site using Internet Explorer. What gives, and how do I fix it?

  138. Pingback from Firefox: Weave - sincronizarea browserului preferat | Idiot Friendly IT on ::

    […] Sync is no longer available for download. Instead, to get similar functionality, we suggest using Mozilla Weave, Google Toolbar for Firefox, or Foxmarks. Support for current Google Browser Sync users will […]

  139. Pingback from Weave on ::

    […] One important area for exploration is the blending of the desktop and the web through deeper integration of the browser with online services. Check out Weave! […]

  140. Pingback from Google Browser Sync alternatives? | Roy Tanck's weblog on ::

    […] On that page, Google points to a few alternatives, like Mozilla Weave. While that project looks promising, I find myself reluctant to install 0.1 ‘early […]

  141. Pingback from GOOGLE BROWSER SYNC N’EST PAS MORT on ::

    […] Sync is no longer available for download. Instead, to get similar functionality, we suggest using Mozilla Weave, Google Toolbar for Firefox, or Foxmarks. Support for current Google Browser Sync users will […]

  142. Pingback from Google Browser Sync rises from the dead on ::

    […] First Google announces that they are consigning their Browser Sync project to the grave and the fans that liked GBS started wailing and gnashing their teeth in despair.   This was good news to Mozilla who are currently developing their own browser sync project called Weave. […]

  143. Pingback from Come non detto, una bella notizia « crackedBlog on ::

    […] ho passato i miei bookmarks in pasto a Foxmarks ed ora proverò il progetto Weave, anche se moooolto beta, però mi stuzzica assai. Qualcuno si è cimentato con il tool di mozilla? […]

  144. Pingback from Con firefox 3 Muere Google Browser Sync | BlinkyIT on ::

    […] Weave (http://labs.mozilla.com/2007/12/introducing-weave/) from Mozilla Labs – Offers bookmark and history synchronization across […]

  145. Pingback from 雑談ぶろぐ » Blog Archive » [ブラウザネタ]Firefoxに入れてるアドオンを晒してみた。 on ::

    […] Weave 0.1.30 (本家リンク) […]

  146. Pingback from DiarioLinux » Google publica el código fuente de BrowserSync on ::

    […] de Firefox 3. Como consecuencia, muchos usuarios de GBS probaron la versión alpha de la extensión Mozilla Weave y quedaron contentos con ella (soporta Firefox 3), por lo que ahora no ven por qué han de volver a […]

  147. Pingback from ElaineGiles.co.uk » Blog Archive » The Fox Gets More Fire on ::

    […] service to provide this synchronization together with sharing options and much more. Details of Weave are available on the Mozilla […]

  148. azjerry wrote on :

    Tried to download Weave but
    The labs forum is currently down for maintenance please check back soon.

  149. Pingback from Google Browser Sync « Robert’s Thoughts on ::

    […] personally am gonna have a look at Mozillas Weave which looks pretty interesting so we shall see. At the end of the day as long as my bookmarks and […]

  150. Pingback from SteveStreeting.com » Blog Archive » Switching to Firefox 3 on ::

    […] It does have the advantage that you can sync it to your own server if you want though. Long term Mozilla Weave looks like it could be the best option, but it seems a little young right […]

  151. music lover wrote on ::

    […] Actually I also lack more all-round decision for synchronization of a browser. […]

  152. Pingback from Justin Blanton | Google Browser Sync is dead, Weave to the rescue? on ::

    […] currently no other options for multi-machine session restoration. Though relatively new, not even Weave, Mozilla’s homegrown web services integrator, supports such a feature, though it seems it […]

  153. Pingback from Opera legt mit Version 9.5 nach | Ajaxschmiede.de on ::

    […] Opera Link haben die Entwickler nun ein Gegenstück zu Mozillas Weave-Projekt geschaffen. Beide Features ermöglichen es, Lesezeichen, Notizen und einzelne Einstellungen […]

  154. Pingback from Quasi.dot › Firefox o Opera? on ::

    […] non sarà più sviluppato. Non ho molta voglia di mettermi a sperimentare con altri oggetti (come weave, che è proprio agli inizi) e non mi accontento dei bookmark: mi piace ritrovarmi i tab aperti, i […]

  155. Pingback from Opera 9.5 mit zahlreichen neuen Features » Opera, Firefox, Begriffen, Websites, Download, Version, Mozilla, Unterstützung » TheXBlog on ::

    […] von Opera Link ist ein Account bei Opera. Ein fast identisches Ziel verfolgt Mozilla mit dem Weave-Projekt, das derzeit als experimentelle Erweiterung für Firefox 3 zum Download bereit steht. Im […]

  156. Pingback from Gravitational Pull - Google browser sync is dead. Now what? on ::

    […] I’m still lacking a more comprehensive browser sync solution. Some people are touting Weave, an entire browser syncing platform that Mozilla introduced back in December. But it’s a 0.1 […]

  157. Pingback from Open Mind » Blog-Archiv » Alternativen zu Google Browser Sync on ::

    […] naher Zukunft dürfte es sogar eine Lösung aus dem Hause Mozilla geben: Weave. Momentan ist Weave zwar noch in einem frühen Prototyp-Stadium – eben erst wurde die Version 0.2 […]

  158. Pingback from Al final no habrá Google Browser Sync para FF3 at La Cartumba on ::

    […] Mozilla Weave de Mozilla Labs – Ofrece la sincronicación entre varios ordenadores de los favoritos y el historial. Tan pronto lo pruebe, os cuento como me va. […]

  159. Pingback from Google Browser Sync wird eingestellt | Caschys Blog on ::

    […] nutzen. Bis so etwas erscheint empfehle ich Foxmarks, bzw. Foxmarks mit dem eigenen Server – denn Weave ist einfach noch nicht […]

  160. Pingback from » Mozilla Weave - Online User Experience | Dan Nedelko : Internet Marketer on ::

    […] Mozilla Weave’s Website: As the Web continues to evolve and more of our lives move online, we believe that Web […]

  161. Pingback from Mozilla Wave - Sync Everything — Alan Edwardes on ::

    […] you can use the same sites on both machines. But, now Mozilla have introduced the first version of Weave, the Firefox synchroniser that syncs absolutely EVERYTHING on your browser to a server over at […]

  162. Pingback from Ce que nous réserve la prochaine version de Mozilla Weave | Korben on ::

    […] Après pour ce qui est du partage de bookmarks, pourquoi pas… Ca peut être sympa… Bref, c’est un bon début et je pense que la fondation Mozilla nous étonnera bientôt avec Weave et ses webservices… […]

  163. Pingback from In sync — Scrogge Howff on ::

    […] Googling a bit, I found many people complimenting a new Mozilla project for browser syncing called, Weave. After a quick install, I found Weave to work almost flawlessly. I just finished installing it on […]

  164. Pingback from Week 2: Crypto | Across the Stars on ::

    […] little background here, Weave encrypts data to keep it safe (duh). One of the primary goals of Weave is to ensure security of […]

  165. reny wrote on :

    Is the server-side code for this available for download?

  166. Pingback from my blog / links for 2008-05-30 on ::

    […] Weave is an experimental prototype from Mozilla Labs that integrates online services with Firefox. […]

  167. Pingback from Mozilla Weave: A Bird’s-eye View at Toolness on ::

    […] the past week at Labs, many of us have been sprinting on getting Weave to release 0.2, which aims to be able to allow users to sync all their information between multiple […]

  168. Pingback from Weave 0.1 | Guia do Windows on ::

    […] Mozilla Labs anunciou uma nova ferramenta experimentar que tem como objetivo tornar mais fácil o acesso e o […]

  169. Pingback from The Daleisphere — Synchronize Firefox 3 Bookmarks with foxmarks on ::

    […] I downloaded Mozilla’s newest beta software, Weave, (latest version 0.1.28 available here – poorly reviewed here) that promised to synchronize my […]

  170. Pingback from Synchronize Your Browser Bookmarks, History, Passwords and More with Mozilla Weave on ::

    […] The extension even allows for developers to extend Weave for their own applications but you can read more about that, and Weave’s many other features, on the Mozilla Labs blog. […]

  171. Pingback from Firefox插件 — Weave | 三年二班的荣誉打杂委员™ on ::

    […] 3+。这里可以了解更多关于weave的信息。 昨天Mozilla Labs的Weave […]

  172. Darren wrote on ::

    One important area for exploration is the blending of the desktop and the Web through deeper integration of the browser with online services.

  173. music wrote on ::

    It’s a great idea!! :D I hope it supports OpenID !!

  174. Pingback from Firefox 3 RC1 and extensions revisited. « benWorks on ::

    […] is not and quite possibly will not be compatible with Firefox 3 any time soon. Enter Mozilla Labs Weave. This promises to be a very good replacement to GBS and possibly so much more. So far it meets my […]

  175. Pingback from FireFox 4 mü? | Teknoloji Blog on ::

    […] 4′ün üzerinde en çok durulan diğer özelliği ise “Weave“. Weave sayesinde kişiye özel ayarlan bilgisayar yerine kullanıcı adı üzerine […]

  176. Pingback from Weave me WebFox « Saurabh Kaushik on ::

    […] think it is very late move from Mozilla to venture into this project called Weave, which will centralized my data ( all type of bookmarks, RSS feeds and preferences) to one authetic […]

  177. Pingback from Digital Media, Internet and Tech stuff » Blog Archive » Firefox continua crescendo no Brasil on ::

    […] de bookmarks (será chamado de Places e terá uma dinâmica bem diferente), a integração com o Mozilla Weave e o uso da nova versão do Gecko vão tornar o browser ainda mais fácil de usar e rápido na […]

  178. Pingback from Just Browsing » Browser Trends: Business Models on ::

    […] While Mozilla has given no indication that it intends to charge for web services in the future, its Weave project (which aims to explore “the blending of the desktop and the Web through deeper […]

  179. Pingback from Turning Point | Across the Stars on ::

    […] at the US Embassy in New Delhi. I’ll be joining the team at Mozilla Labs to hack on Weave, beginning May 19. This summer is going to be really fun, because apart from the awesomeness of […]

  180. Pingback from The next better thing since Google Browser Sync | TBOTCOTW on ::

    […] Maybe there won’t be a new GBS. Perhaps it was someone’s 20% time project, and that someone has since cashed out and moved to Amsterdam and stopped caring about browser plugins. Luckily, that doesn’t matter anymore, because now we have Weave. […]

  181. Pingback from WEAVE by Mozilla Labs « Cloudstorming on ::

    […] more informaton on these concepts, check out the post on the blog. […]

  182. Pingback from Mitchell’s Web2.0 Talk « DougT’s Blog on ::

    […] the web). Her need when she is mobile, is to access this exact content from her phone. Yeah, that feature must […]

  183. Pingback from Firefox 3 Still In Development While Talk of Firefox 4 Builds Momentum on ::

    […] The two main features that were mentioned were called ‘Prism’, and ‘Weave’. […]

  184. Pingback from links for 2008-04-07 « B I T Z on ::

    […] Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » Introducing Weave We’ve set out some basic organizing principles to help frame the approach that we’re going to explore. We will: * provide a basic set of optional Mozilla-hosted online services * ensure that it is easy for people to set up their own services with free (tags: firefox internet web2.0 networking online) […]

  185. Pingback from Firefox 4 feature weave jetzt fuer firefox 3 - WinBoard - Die Windows Community on ::

    […] bereits ein erstes build mit der Versionsnummer 0.1 als plugin fuer den firefox 3. project blog HIER Installation HIER __________________ MysysProfile! -> in kürze meine HP (bin mit dem design […]

  186. Pingback from Firefox 4–Firefox-火狐浏览器中文网 on ::

    […] Weave extends the browser in the other direction: Not toward the desktop, but instead into the Internet. Mozilla wants an individual’s browsing experience to stay with them no matter what machine they are on. That means synchronizing bookmarks, home pages, favorites, and passwords to an online service that the user can attach to when he or she fires up the browser. As more people move between browsing machines (their laptop and their mobile phone, for example, or between different PCs), this will become more important. […]

  187. Pingback from BioTecK.NET | Log Into My World | » Mozilla Labs introduces Weave for Firefox 3.0 on ::

    […] it sounds good to me and I’ll give it a try when it’s ready… Read the full story here… addthis_pub = ‘YOUR-ACCOUNT-ID'; addthis_logo = […]

  188. Pingback from Ce se pregateste in Firefox 4 | Blitz - Stiri zilnice din IT, IT&C: tehnologie, internet, telecom, gadgets, jocuri on ::

    […] alta functionalitate mentionata de Beard se numeste Weave, care permite crearea si stocarea online a unui profil de utilizator, care sa-i ofere acestuia o […]

  189. Pingback from TuxJournal.net » Le novità di Firefox 4 on ::

    […] Weave, a differenza di Prism, è una tecnologia orientata al web che rivoluziona il concetto di navigazione, rendendolo veramente personale e portabile. I preferiti, i segnalibri, le password e così via, non saranno più legati al computer in uso ma all’utente stesso che sarà in grado di averli sempre con se, indipendentemente dal dispositivo utilizzato, sia esso un cellulare, un portatile o un pc della propria LAN. […]

  190. Pingback from Cloud Operating System » Blog Archive » Weave Means More Infrastructure for Mozilla on ::

    […] – 9:04 am – The Mozilla Corporation has announced its entry into web-based services with Weave, which allows Firefox users to store their settings and bookmarks on Mozilla’s servers. While the […]

  191. Pingback from links for 2008-03-30 « PK on ::

    […] Mozilla Labs » Blog Archive » Introducing Weave Lots of interesting ideas in this, one to watch. (tags: firefox mozilla users web innovation) […]

  192. Pingback from NanoSaka > Saurabh Kaushik » Weave me WebFox on ::

    […] think it is very late move from Mozilla to venture into this project called Weave, which will centralized my data ( all type of bookmarks, RSS feeds and preferences) to one authetic […]

  193. Pingback from Firefox 4 e o futuro da Web! « Web de Garagem on ::

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  194. diş beyazlatma wrote on ::

    teşekkürler işe yaradı ;)

  195. Pingback from Firefox 4.0, Introducing Weave | Todays News on ::

    […] Weave is an application that instead pushes websites to the desktop they are pushed to the web. Mozilla wants to keep the users experience where ever they go, meaning syncronizing bookmarks, home-pages, favorites, and passwords to an online service that they can access anywhere no matter what operating system. As more and more people are using different machines more often has become much more important. No Comment […]

  196. Shree Mulay wrote on ::

    Opera Browser already does this; in built feature! NO NEED TO DOWNLOAD ANY NEW SOFTWARE OR EXTENSION, TOO!!! Opera KICKS ASS!

  197. Pingback from Scripting News for 3/26/2008 « Scripting News Annex on ::

    […] http://labs.mozilla.com/2007/12/introducing-weave/ […]

  198. Pingback from WebServiSS » Mozilla’dan Weave on ::

    […] platform için Mozilla 2008 yılında bir de API yayınlamayı planlıyor. detaylı bilgi için buraya […]

  199. Pingback from Mozilla Labs 发布社会性分享软件Weave[For Firefox 3] | 强大 Blog's on ::

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  201. Pingback from Mozilla Labs 发布社会性分享软件Weave[For Firefox 3] | 强大 Blog's on ::

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  202. Pingback from Mozilla Labs 发布社会性分享软件Weave[For Firefox 3] | 强大 Blog's on ::

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  203. Pingback from Jacob Madison - » Is the Web’s platform Firefox? on ::

    […] a better browser. The steps beyond the “vanilla browser” experience primarily involve Weave, mobile, Firefox as a platform, and Statistics. These are the four that John thinks about a […]

  204. Pingback from موزيلا تطلق أولى خدماتها القائمة على الويب .. Mozilla Weave on ::

    […] أمس .. أطلقت Mozilla, الشركة التي تقف وراء المتصفح الشهير Firefox, أولى خدماتها […]

  205. Pingback from tecosystems » Friday Grab Bag: Pedro, Mozilla, iPhone, and More on ::

    […] another Mozilla post: this time it’s Weave. I’d run across this extension/service back in December, but wasn’t running the needed […]

  206. Pingback from TopfCast #003: SXSW, the Second Life backlash and FOSDEM 2008 — mrtopf.de on ::

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  207. Pingback from technolalia » Blog Archive » Brainstorming dotUbuntu on ::

    […] the ability to back up important files, have bookmarks and address books floating ‘in a cloud’ like the mozilla Weave Project. […]

  208. Prashant wrote on :

    One feature that I wanted in Firefox was to save a webpage as PDF file (as in openoffice)

  209. Pingback from Hubert Gajewski Online » Archiwum » FOSDEM 2008 zakończony on ::

    […] Mills opowiedział o Mozilla Labs Weave – projekcie, którego celem jest doprowadzenie do sytuacji, w której bez względu na to, na […]

  210. Pingback from uxmal’s blog » Archive du blog » Business Loto on ::

    […] pour la forme: et blah blah bla […]

  211. Pingback from Mark Finkle’s Weblog » FOSDEM 2008 Wrapup on ::

    […] Mills’ devroom talk on Mozilla Weave generated a lot of discussion. Dan got people thinking of ways to build on […]

  212. Pingback from Blog Xemelê » Trocando facilidades por autonomia inteligente on ::

    […] lançamento de aplicações para registro pessoal de sua movimentação na rede, como o Weave da Mozilla, e o sucesso de padrões como o APML — um OPML que registra dados de atenção […]

  213. Pingback from Mozilla: la grande vitalità del Mozilla Project - Firefox, Thunderbird, Mozilla Messaging, Prism, Weave, ecc. | Stalkk.ed on ::

    […] desktop, Personas for Firefox, un’estensione per l’aggiunta temi leggeri al browser, e Weave, un’ulteriore estensione abbinata ad un servizio online Mozilla-hosted per una più […]

  214. Pingback from The year that will be: a closer look at predictions for 2008 | TechWhimsy on ::

    […] the big boys Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla owning the market with web services (think Amazon’s S3 and Mozilla’s Weave) […]

  215. Pingback from Frihetens vingar » Blog Archive » Firefox 3 Beta 3 på Ubuntu Gutsy on ::

    […] undrar litet hur det kommer att funka med Weave och om det kommer att vara lätt att importera länkar från exempelvis Delicious. Det ser ut som […]

  216. Pingback from Weave « Vertibars on ::

    […] in fabric. It’s better in firefox. I can finally forget about my bookmarks! Back them up with weave. This entry was written by ryanbytes, posted on February 17, 2008 at 4:49 pm, filed under […]

  217. Herman wrote on :

    It’s a great idea!! :D I hope it supports OpenID !!

  218. Pingback from Cignacco’s Weblog » Blog Archive » Firefox mette il turbo con la terza beta on ::

    […] E’ chiaro che chi passa dalla versione 2 a questa beta probabilmente deve dire addio ad alcuni plugin, ma non penso siano poi molti. Per chi usa Google Browser Sync c’è l’alternativa: si tratta di Weave Sync. […]

  219. Pingback from Mozilla’dan Weave on ::

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  220. Pingback from Learn Platform » Blog Archive » Mobile Firefox vs. Opera Mini on ::

    […] many sites are speculating that these new mobile browsers will provide bookmark syncing through Weave, Mozilla’s new project for data and metadata portability. This is likely since mobile syncing […]

  221. orange wrote on :

    Now Opera lets you synchronize every part of your life: Synch your Speed Dial and Bookmarks through My Opera; take your bookmarks with you on your phone, or add Opera-power to your game consoles and experience the Internet Channel.

    So???????

  222. Pingback from Mike Rowehl: This is Mobility » Blog Archive » Mobile Browsers Wrapup on ::

    […] “just work” from the desktop side. The version he had on his N810 had Adblock Plus and Weave running. He was also talking about the different potential “users” of Mozilla. […]

  223. lfirefox wrote on ::

    Thanks for your post. I have posted it in german into Firefox Blog.

  224. Pingback from Weave, la novità Mozilla « ALe88uTV on ::

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  225. Pingback from The New Browser War: Mobile Firefox vs. Opera Mini | Web Kita -Belajar web on ::

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  226. Pingback from hooeey blog » Blog Archive » 2008: Tipping Point for Web History? on ::

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  227. Pingback from Comment on Introducing Weave by Mozilla gunning for universal … on ::

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  229. Pingback from Site Specific Browsers… Not Always the Solution I Want at Lynn M. Wallenstein on ::

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  230. Pingback from This Weeks Freeware Updates « A Little Bit Of Everything on ::

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  231. Pingback from futuro.vc » Blog Archive » Conheça o Firefox para celular on ::

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  232. David wrote on :

    You guys do realize that black on black and dark gray on black is fairly unreadable, right?

  233. Pingback from Prototipos de interfaz para móviles de navegador Mozilla on ::

    […] se pretende integrar soluciones de Mozilla como Places (nueva gestión de historial y favoritos) o Weave (gestión de información personal entre […]

  234. Pingback from Site Specific Browsers… Not Always the Solution I Want on ::

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  235. Pingback from Modular Innovation gets a Weave « The Product Guy on ::

    […] Weave is an open infrastructure and data exchange model that may eventually be, to online applications, what Firefox is to plug-ins. […]

  236. Kadabra wrote on :

    I hope FireFox 3 will enable all the options of the HTTP protocol to let us put all this big web stuff back on the REST track…

  237. maniacOtaku wrote on :

    Will this be something like “hosted Fx profiles”?
    So, when I open any Fox, I get a login screen and have all of my bookmarks, extensions, userChrome.css and userContent.css immediately without installing?

  238. Pingback from Con Weave per Firefox Segnalibri, Rss, Password sempre con Te » Web Burning Blog on ::

    […] Labs ha svelato un nuovo progetto, chiamato “Weave“, che mira all’integrazione di Firefox 3 con i servizi online. Gli utenti Firefox […]

  239. Pingback from Bookmark Synchronizing Reinvented with Opera 9.50b on ::

    […] with Opera for now. We will see if the stable Firefox 3 with Weave will have a chance at converting me […]

  240. Pingback from Mozilla ‘Weaves’ in the Cloud Framework on ::

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  241. Pingback from Uma visão sobre o weave on ::

    […] Weave é uma ferramenta experimental que está a ser desenvolvida pela Mozilla Labs e que tem como objectivo melhorar a experiência do utilizador do Firefox permitindo-lhe controlar […]

  242. Pingback from Mozilla实验室推出Weave项目,将提供社会性在线服务 » 坦宽 on ::

    […] 看来Mozilla公司已经不再满足于只是做工具提供商,很有可能他们会进军在线服务这项领域。近日Mozilla实验室推出了一项称之为Weave的在线服务,该服务可以让用户通过Firefox浏览器在线同步例如书签、密码等等个人资料。用户可以先上传自己的书签或个人资料至Mozilla的Weave服务器,然后就可以随时随地在任何一台电脑或手机上使用相关内容了。同时Weave 还提供了一个基础开放框架,可让其他的开发商利用这些信息开发出相应在线应用程序,从而可进一步加强并改善FireFox的用户体验度。Mozilla公司表示,Weave计划的目的,是要在客户端软件和WEB之间实现更加紧密的融合,融合的手段是一系列在线服务。根据Mozilla实验室的Chris Beard描述,这项服务的目标是:提供一组基本的Mozilla基金会支持的网上服务。确保它能够方便的完成用户的定制的服务,并免费提供。使用者可以完全控制并定制自己的在线体验,包括是否公开个人资料,是否向朋友或第三方共享这些资料。为Firefox火狐浏览器建立一个可扩展架构必须注意的是,该服务目前只能运行于Firefox 3.0 beta 2上面,在使用该服务之前用户需先注册一个Mozilla帐号,随后根据邮件中的提示激活并安装相应的插件,重启后就可开始使用该服务。 […]

  243. Pingback from SlashID Blog » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave on ::

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  245. Pingback from Friday Smackdown: Links of the Week on SolidSmack.com on ::

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  246. Braintrove.com wrote on ::

    The idea is certainly not new. However, while I don’t mind favorites and customizations being uploaded, I don’t necessarily like the idea of history being uploaded. There’s too much security risk with this.

  247. Pingback from gOS coming to more devices -- including an ePC competitor | Uncategorized | Online dating tips anf trics. Articles and tutorials on succesfull internet matchmaking. on ::

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  249. Pingback from Mozilla’dan yeni açılım | Teknolojik & Sosyal on ::

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  250. Pingback from Somken’s Blog » Mozilla Announces Weave on ::

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  251. Pingback from Sync your web browser | Par-Due.com on ::

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  252. Pingback from 3DTrupe Blog » Blog Archive » Mozilla Labs apresenta Weave 0.1 on ::

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  253. Pingback from Sauvegardez vos données avec Mozilla Weave - Pixel Utile on ::

    […] Mozilla Weave est un nouveau service en version Bêta qui permet de centraliser et de sauvegarder vos favoris, historiques, préférences, personnalisations et mots de passe sur les serveurs de Mozilla, ce qui vous permettra par la suite de retrouver le tout sur n’importe quel ordinateur de par le monde et connécté sur le net. […]

  254. free_loader wrote on :

    Everything including themes and add ons can be backed up? that’s just awesome!

  255. Pingback from din100’s blog » Using Opera on ::

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  256. Pingback from JC's ||| The SUMS® [Blog The SUMS®] ||| Julio Cesar on ::

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  257. Dave Crossland wrote on :

    “We kept the server intentionally dumb and standards-based, so that anyone can set up a server for themselves and/or their friends or company.”

    Where can we download the server software, or where can we find instructions for how to configure one using existing generic server software?

  258. James Ward wrote on ::

    My mail server is rejecting the registration verification email:

    Jan 5 09:12:57 temple postfix/smtpd[17070]: connect from webheads01.sj.mozilla.com[63.245.208.134]
    Jan 5 09:12:58 temple postfix/smtpd[17070]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from webheads01.sj.mozilla.com[63.245.208.134]: 550 5.7.1 : Helo command rejected: Host not found; from= to= proto=ESMTP helo=

    Can you guys fix this?

    Thanks.

    -James

  259. John Public wrote on :

    Is the server-side code for this available for download? I wouldnt mind using something like this, but I would want to be able to host the server end of it myself, rather than have it on someone else’s machine.

  260. Pingback from Mozilla实验室推出Weave项目,将提供社会性在线服务 | 爵溪 on ::

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  261. Pingback from Le Blogueur » Blog Archive » Mozilla se lance dans le domaine des services en ligne avec Weave on ::

    […] Mozilla élargit son univers; après les applications de bureau comme Firefox et Thunderbird, voici l’apparition d’un service en ligne du nom de Weave. […]

  262. Pingback from Mozilla investindo alto? | Blog do teo on ::

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  263. Pingback from Firefox, rétrospective 2007 | BeFox on ::

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  264. Pingback from Mozilla Weave | CandeeiroWeb on ::

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  265. Pingback from Take Your Browsing Experience With You: Mozilla Labs « OSS Blog on ::

    […] Take Your Browsing Experience With You: Mozilla Labs The Mozilla Labs team are certainly racking out the releases – Prism, Personas, Joey, the Coop and now Weave! […]

  266. Pingback from Weave, todos tus datos en los servidores de Mozilla « noosfera on ::

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  267. Pingback from Uploads Blog.com » Weave, la novità Mozilla on ::

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  269. Pingback from Mozilla gunning for universal bookmarks and browsing history with project Weave | Uncategorized | Online dating tips anf trics. Articles and tutorials on succesfull internet matchmaking. on ::

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  272. Pingback from Bram.us » Firefox and Cloud Computing on ::

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  273. Pingback from The Burningsoul’s Blog » Blog Archive » Weave: Integrating Online Services with Firefox on ::

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  274. Pingback from Blog Surfer » IE8 Passes Acid2 Test, Web Standards Project Dies of Shock on ::

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  284. Pingback from Mozilla社会化服务Weave尝鲜~ : nowhere’s blog on ::

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  285. Pingback from Novedades on ::

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  286. Jon Pritchard wrote on ::

    By the looks of it, this is exactly what Mozilla has and will be needing to accomplish in the next two-years as a timeframe. With the proliferation of multiple internet connected devices, there needs to be a management for all a user’s personal data and way to share it on these multiple internet connected devices.

    Good work. Mozilla Labs is increasingly revolutionary. How do you have the time to do all this whilst still pushing Firefox 3?! Mind boggling.

  287. Gordon Wilson wrote on :

    Please could you all give adobe a hand and ,turn out a c++ developement environment ,using Firefox.

  288. Pingback from Jonathan R. Pritchard’s Homepage » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave: What Mozilla Has Sorely Needed on ::

    […] “Mozilla Weave” has been introduced as a Mozilla Labs product. Mozilla Labs somehow is churning out […]

  289. Pingback from Useful Documents and Bookmarking on ::

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  290. Pingback from Arda Çetin | talk is cheap… » Mozilla Labs çalışıyor! on ::

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  291. TakeIT2 wrote on :

    I am wondering if this is similar to the roaming profiles in the Mozilla Suite? What are the similarities and major differences?

    The first thing that strikes me as a good thing is the client side encryption. Not having checked Weave out yet in practice, is the data tunnel secure through the entire session, or just the login transaction?

    Does this all mean that folks are expanding the profile management project? If so could they add an import export feature to the suite & specifically email apps that can migrate from mozilla application to another? The hoops you have to jump through now are more complex than just pointing the mozilla app at your profile folder.

  292. Pingback from Mozilla versus Google, is Weave just the beginning? on ::

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  293. Pingback from Andy Howard — is a storyteller and user experience designer (slash digital strategist) in Sydney. on ::

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  294. Pingback from Why does this not exist yet? — Local user data | MentallyRetired on ::

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  295. Pingback from Weave,共享你的FireFox内容–Firefox-火狐浏览器中文网 on ::

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  296. Pingback from 17th Degree » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave on ::

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  297. DJ wrote on :

    So why can’t this be used with Firefox 2.X? I’ve tried Firefox 3 and I’m sorry but it is a piece of shit.

  298. Pingback from OSNote » Neuer Online-Dienst für Firefox on ::

    […] Online-Dienste anbieten können. Die Architektur soll wie bei Firefox erweiterbar sein. Weave 0.1 gibt es zur Vorschau für Windows, MacOS X und Linux. Wer den Online-Dienst testen möchte, benötigt […]

  299. Pingback from   Как использовать отслуживший винчестер? Сделай склад для винтиков! — Неисправимый Оптимист on ::

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  300. Pingback from LiveZeel » Mozilla souhaite lancer ses services en ligne on ::

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  301. jason wrote on ::

    Privacy would definitely be a big issue… It is Mozilla though… they’re the best…

  302. Pingback from BlinkGeo » Happy Holiday Link Karma 12-27-2007 on ::

    […] Mozilla has launched Weave, a new project within Mozilla labs that aims to provide optional online services for Firefox (standards-based of course). So it looks like even Mozilla is getting into the web services ‘thing.’ [via TechCrunch] […]

  303. Pingback from Feldstudie.net » Weben zum Browsererlebnis on ::

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  304. Pingback from Sauvegardez vos données avec Mozilla Weaves « on ::

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  305. Pingback from Veill’o Web du 27-12-2007 | Les Giraultises blogguent on ::

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  306. Pingback from DiarioLinux » Blog Archive » Mozilla Weave: servicios web para el usuario móvil on ::

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  307. Pingback from Con Weave per Firefox Segnalibri, Rss, Password sempre con Te | BlogGiando on ::

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  308. Pingback from Mozilla Labs introducing Weave « BlackBox on ::

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  309. vw wrote on ::

    looking forward to these web 2.0 features

  310. Wijnand wrote on :

    Sounds great and it looks like it could become an alternative for M$-Sharepoint. I am interested in ‘other browser’. As a M$ developer (and a Firefox user) it would be nice to extend Weave with (web) services or use API’s to interact with Weave (using .NET).

  311. Pingback from Mozilla Launces Desktop Integration Tool For Firefox — geschichten.cc is for sale on ::

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  313. Pingback from Mozilla Weave, Mozilla’nın web servisleri platformu | Bizim Neyimiz Eksik? on ::

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  316. Pingback from Zusammenfassung der Neuigkeiten vom 26.12.2007 on ::

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  321. Dan wrote on ::

    @chaos, the Weave extension encrypts user data on the client and uploads encrypted blobs of data. So data mining is *not* something we are going for.

    We feel that user privacy is important, and we are considering *requiring* encryption to use Mozilla’s Weave servers. (if you set up your own server, you can do whatever you want, obviously).

  322. Pingback from Mozilla Weave: Who owns the cloud? - - mathewingram.com/work on ::

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  325. Pingback from Mozilla Wave · Libera Tu PC on ::

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  326. Pingback from El blog de Dark Moul » Mozilla Weave, integración con servicios web on ::

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  332. Pingback from Mega IT|مگا آی تی » Blog Archive » Weave: سرویس آنلاین موزیلا on ::

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  333. Pingback from AustinBlogger » Blog Archive » links for 2007-12-23 on ::

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  336. Pingback from Web Worker Daily » Archive Mozilla Weave Helps Us Move to the Cloud « on ::

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  337. Saurabh Kaushik wrote on ::

    [..]I have been browsing Firefox plugin site for last two years…. for one very important solution to my Bookmarks Sync Up from Mozilla. All this while, I have tried Google Browser Sync and Foxmarks Bookmark Synchronizer. But I am never satisfied.

    I always thought that this kind of user data management can be a big potential for building new services around and we have already numbers of Social bookmarking solutions (del.icio.us, technocrati, stumble upon) out there which makes me happy but confused (which one to use?) At this point of time, Web King, Google has already taken consolidated lead into this area with Browser Syn and Toolbar, it will be a hard to catch run for Mozilla. Reason, why would I change if experience with Google is increasingly satisfying!!![..]

  338. Pingback from Bitelia » Mozilla Weabe, tu Firefox en cualquier lugar on ::

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  339. Pingback from Mozilla Weave Will Blur the Distinction Between the Web and the Browser « vashNYC: the 60 billion $$ man on ::

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  340. Pingback from Mozilla heard me, eventually. | NanoSaka > Saurabh Kaushik on ::

    […] think it is very late move from Mozilla to venture into this project called Weave, but only if it is done in user centric way and in time. As Google has already taken lead into this […]

  341. VS Consulting Group wrote on ::

    I presume you meant USE CASES not USES CASES.
    Anyway the idea seems good, execution is to be seen. Plz dont screw up like Firefox 2.0. Hopefully 3.0 is good.Beta looks good :)

  342. Pingback from SoftwareZone : Blog sobre Software con tutoriales de ayuda y noticias » Blog Archive Weave: Nuevo proyecto de Mozilla » on ::

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  343. Pingback from My daily readings 12/23/2007 « Strange Kite on ::

    […] Mozilla Labs Blog » Blog Archive » Introducing Weave  Annotated We’ve developed some ial use cases that we’ll be exploring with Weave. To be clear, it’s not Mozilla’s intent to provide robust applications for, say, travel planning. We intend to provide the infrastructure and an consistent model for how a user can open up their browser metadata to friends and third-party applications. These use cases are just examples of the types of things we would like to explore, and have others build applications on top of. […]

  344. Pingback from skumar » Blog Archive » Mozilla develops Weave tool for Firefox 3.0 on ::

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  346. Pingback from 乌龟速度 » Blog Archive » [图]Mozilla Labs发布Weave,共享你的FireFox内容 on ::

    […] 每个人的FireFox都长得不一样,要不要相互参考?Mozilla Labs刚刚发布了一个社会化FireFox扩展”Weave”.这款软件可以将你的FireFox metadata推到云中,包括书签,历史和设置等等,并且可以在任何一个地方轻松下载还原,还提供一个基础的框架用来与朋友,家庭和第三方共享. Mozilla制作了相关的API去扩展这个框架以加强用户体验,相信基于Weave的各种扩展很快会应运而生. 访问:Mozilla Labs – Weave […]

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  348. Me wrote on :

    Good boys, this is the way to go. Looking forward to what comes out of these labs…

  349. Pingback from Weave: mes données Firefox en ligne « bibliothécaire on ::

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  350. Pingback from » What does Mozilla do apart from Firefox?   TechCrunchies - Internet Statistics, Numbers and figures on ::

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  351. Pingback from 测试使用mozilla weave at 创意纪 on ::

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  353. Pingback from Mozilla lanza Weave 0.1 on ::

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  355. Thejesh GN wrote on ::

    no open id support ?

  356. Pingback from New Comm Biz - New media strategies for business on ::

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  358. Pingback from TechCrunch en français » Mozilla se lance dans le domaine des services en ligne avec Weave on ::

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  359. zaxonicate wrote on ::

    Mozilla: keeping the world in stiches

  360. Pooran wrote on :

    doesn’t it make sense for Mozilla to support openid or any share authentication model instead of asking user’s email address and password?

  361. Pingback from Justin Blanton | Mozilla launches Weave on ::

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  362. Pingback from Mozilla labs introduces weave | pkj's blog on ::

    […] Mozilla has announced the launch of Weave. Weave is being touted to push browser history, meta data and other information into the cloud. This means that all your browsing experience will be stored over internet and accessible to you. Mozilla has announced an extensible architecture much like firefox for weave. This means that third party extensions and softwares can be written and used to access our browsing data. Privacy should not be a concern since it will be an open source initiative which means malware, if any, will be identified and removed quickly. […]

  363. Pingback from tecosystems » links for 2007-12-23 on ::

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  364. Search◊ Engines Web wrote on ::

    Love the name, for historical purposes, please expand on how this one was chosen and what others were considered

  365. corlyon wrote on ::

    Hope weave can be different.

  366. ITrush wrote on ::

    Well this good news for all Mozilla Fanatics! just hoping for its reliability, ease of use and of course users privacy.

    Nhick
    http://www.itrush.com

  367. Mozilla Labs anuncia Weave 0.2 wrote on ::

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  373. Pingback from Between the Lines mobile edition on ::

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  391. Ish wrote on :

    Please fix the performance and memory issues with Firefox. Otherwise all these other projects are going to stop having a userbase to draw upon and test ideas on. Firefox has become incredibly slow and sluggish.

  392. Pingback from Robke - Weblog - Mozilla kopieert Opera; case #34503 on ::

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  394. PAUL wrote on :

    Whats up with the goofy name? is it blacksploitatin? :D

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  400. Hubert wrote on :

    I’m not sure if I’m just a bit slow, but what exactly does this thing DO? The opening gambit was very waffly and my eyes glazed over a bit from there! It talks about standards and online services and other Web 2.0 buzzwords, but I fail to see what Weave actually does!

  401. Ben Tremblay wrote on ::

    Just a comment, by way of orienting concerns and intention: take this artifact as revealing: “https://labs.mozilla.com/forum/index.php/topic,392.0.html” … see what I’ve kvetching?

    There are some things that really really really matter. (Not using too many fonts on a page comes to mind.) I’d like to suggest those as foundational … cognitive ergonimics meets IA and design.
    What about the list that would include “human-readable URLs”? I’m not suggesting that any one of those are show-stoppers. I’m not even saying just that they should be taken as a meaningful list. My point is this: if we don’t adjust our internal “squelch” so that those considerations break out of the background noise and distraction then we have our squelch set too high.

    Cognitive “schema” … what do we acknowledge (consciously or not” as “salient”? When we ignore enough of those “little quibbles” we find that our foundation crumbles. (Imagine concrete that was poured too wet or too dry … no matter how correct the design, it won’t carry the weight we need it to.)

    Oh, and Merry Christmas!
    –bentrem

    p.s. allowing comment editing … just a little quibble?

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  403. Dan wrote on ::

    @Jodie: User privacy is very important to us as well. See cbeard’s post above for a summary of our current approach to protect it. The two main points are:

    * We currently encrypt on the client all data that gets placed on the server, with an encryption passphrase that only the user knows.

    * We kept the server intentionally dumb and standards-based, so that anyone can set up a server for themselves and/or their friends or company.

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  405. Dan wrote on ::

    @Gozala: we’ve re-enabled registration now, with a higher limit.

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  408. Jodie wrote on ::

    im concerned about my privacy, i hope it will be protected

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  410. cbeard wrote on ::

    @publicfacing:

    How does Mozilla intend to get over the privacy of all this data being with/going through them?

    Mozilla is a public benefit organization and we’re all about promoting choice and innovation. To that end, our current thinking is that we will address this in three ways:

    First, we’re going to require encryption by default. We’re using a temporary algorithm right now, while we sort out all the technical and legal issues. Remember: This is just a concept and a prototype at this point.

    Second, we’re going to make it easy for people to setup their own servers and services using freely available tools. In the prototype, the server doesn’t have any intelligence and is WebDAV over HTTP.

    Third, we’re going to make it all completely optional. If you really, really want to be sure that your data is protected the best possible way is keep full and complete control of it and encrypt it yourself on your own computer.

    To be honest, I thought something like this from Mozilla would be more like Google Gears, except better.

    We’re launching this project to explore this space. We have some ideas and an initial prototype that we can build upon, but the idea of Mozilla Labs is that it is a space for open shared collaboration and exploration of new ideas. Not just a place for gathering user feedback and early adoption.

    We’re just getting started. This is but the first of many steps.

    … allowing a user to store all their e-mail data on their hard-drive, but to access it through Google Mail — that way, people get the security of “owning” their data, but use the Google Mail interface to interact with it.

    We’ve been working on enabling this use case for the whole of the Web through the standardization process.
    http://www.whatwg.org/specs/web-apps/current-work/

    You can do some of this today with Firefox using DOM Storage that we introduced in Firefox 2. It’s based upon the WhatWG specs.
    http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/DOM:Storage

    Firefox 3 will also support WHATWG online and offline events, which let applications and extensions detect whether or not there’s an active Internet connection, as well as to detect when the connection goes up and down.
    http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Online_and_offline_events

    However, offline application and storage support doesn’t directly help achieve the Weave vision. The key is to find a way that allows for browser metadata to be accessible and persistent on the network so that it is accessible by your other browser instances as well as third-party add-ons even when you’re offline.

    … would have their coveted users and still be able to generate ad-revenue.

    We’re not planning on building applications or complex services ourselves, but rather providing a framework and consistent model for how users can access their Firefox experience from anywhere and open up their browser metadata to friends and third-party applications.

    We imagine that there will be many ways that this can be achieved, and it likely involves supporting and providing compatibility to existing and emerging standards for network and service interoperability. This is part of what we’re starting to work on now, in the open, in Mozilla Labs. Everyone is welcome to participate.

  411. cbeard wrote on ::

    @Ralph: Not yet. This isn’t anywhere near production yet, we have a basic prototype and an idea on how to evolve it. Join us in the forums where we’ll be building on the idea.

  412. Ralph wrote on ::

    Is there any documentation?

  413. publicfacing wrote on :

    How does Mozilla intend to get over the privacy of all this data being with/going through them? To be honest, I thought something like this from Mozilla would be more like Google Gears, except better. For instance: allowing a user to store all their e-mail data on their hard-drive, but to access it through Google Mail — that way, people get the security of “owning” their data, but use the Google Mail interface to interact with it.

    Thus, users have their data and are free to do as they like with it, and Google Mail (or whoever) would have their coveted users and still be able to generate ad-revenue.

    It just seems to make more sense that way. And utilizing things like OSX’s encrypted drives and Vista’s BitLocker, there’s also heightened security.

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  415. kL wrote on ::

    Is that “Other Browser or Phone” an Opera Link service? It’d be nice if there was some interoperable standard there.

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  417. Dan wrote on ::

    Sorry for the inconvenience; we set a cap on registrations to prevent our servers from being overloaded, and we hit it rather quickly.

    We’ll evaluate whether to open up soon, but with folks generally away for the holidays we may hold on for a bit. We’ll stay in touch via the forums, so check them first!

  418. Gozala wrote on ::

    :(

    Registration is temporarily disabled.

  419. chandan wrote on :

    hmmm…. Now Mozilla wants to be social too.

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