Drop a Love Bomb
Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate, why not send a “love bomb” to someone you love? Matt Thompson explains all.
Mitchell Baker speaks out against how the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (or ACTA, for short) was negotiated. With anti-ACTA protests sweeping across much of Europe, Mitchell describes how negotiating in secret is a bad way to develop Internet policy. Help protect the Internet and make your voice heard today.
Google Summer of Code 2012
With Google announcing that they’ll be running the Summer of Code again this year, Gervase Markham calls for ideas for eight-week-long projects which a student could take part in. Mozilla has participated in every SoC so far and Gerv doesn’t intend this year’s to be the first we don’t.
“Building a generation of web makers” is one of Mozilla’s main goals for 2012. Mark Surman outlines plans to achieve that goal and more. Are you excited by our web maker vision and can you write, code, test or promote? You should get involved and help out.
ID Provider + BrowserID
Dan Mills showcases a great new addition to BrowserID. Support for ID providers allows the registration flow to go from eight screens to just one. This is one more step to BrowserID becoming a truly distributed system.
December Dev Derby Winners
December’s Dev Derby was focused around IndexDB, a technology allowing web applications to store data for fast online and offline use. The submissions demonstrated just how powerful IndexDB can be. Be sure to try out the winning demos.
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Have a good week folks and keep rocking the Web!
14 Feb 2012 Mary Colvig