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 and whittle the list down to the eventual winners. The winners will be announced on or about November 9th, 2009.

Thanks to all that submitted an add-on and good luck!

1 response

  1. g.naveen wrote on :

    first of all, i must say that mozilla is doing a great job with firefox. i am an ardent fan of firefox, yet i must admit what i recently came across..opera 10 is full of features, and i mean that when i say that, though partially ‘inspired’ by the various popular extensions in firefox, but to know that firefox still does not have them as part of standard installation is bitter….my suggestion is “many ideas incorporated in opera have these origins from many extensions of firefox….when opera includes these customization features in default installation without extensions, firefox should include all of these in the standard installation……what all features?refer opera 10. thanks for reading