Add-ons Blog

Posts from 2009

Add-on-Con 2009

Last year, Mozilla participated in the first ever Add-on-Con conference for add-on developers and enthusiasts, and it was a huge success. When we were told there would be another Add-on-Con this year, we were excited to get involved again. This year, Add-on-Con will be on December 11 at the same location, the Computer History Museum… Continue reading

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Categories: developers, events

Time to update your add-ons for 3.6!

Dear Add-on authors: Firefox 3.6 beta1 is out! It’s time to start checking your compatibility with 3.6 and updating your add-on if necessary. The add-on review queues are normally very busy during update times, so you should follow these guidelines to make sure your add-on stays up to date and it doesn’t have to wait… Continue reading

Categories: general

October Add-ons Meetup Recap

Tuesday night was our first Bay Area Add-ons Meetup since starting the group, and we had a great turn out (around 40 people) with lots of interest from both existing add-on developers and folks interested in add-ons. Based on feedback from our meetups across the country over the last few months, we decided to try… Continue reading

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Reminder: Bay Area Add-ons Meetup tomorrow

As a quick reminder, our rescheduled Bay Area Add-ons Meetup is tomorrow night at 7pm at Mozilla HQ in Mountain View, California. Stop by to talk about add-ons (and get free sushi!). Please RSVP if you plan on coming.

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Personas now on AMO

About a year ago, Mozilla Labs launched Personas, a way to easily create and install lightweight themes for Firefox and Thunderbird.  Over 9 million downloads and 30,000 Personas later, we’ve included them on AMO as a new way to personalize your browser.  Simply click the Personas category on the left side of AMO and you’ll… Continue reading

Categories: general