As promised, we’re showing you how things will look after we launch Contributions at the end of June. Our goal with this project was to help developers tell their stories about add-ons, and the first thing we did was redesign the add-ons listing page. Our goal with the page was to give developers a better… Continue reading
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Over the past year, there’s been a growing debate around how add-on developers can receive compensation for the work they put into their add-ons. That’s why we’re looking to launch a contributions pilot by the end of June. This pilot will allow participating developers to request voluntary contributions from users in a way that helps… Continue reading
New Category Pages Today we launched our category page redesign, which we plan on being the first of many meaningful improvements to AMO this quarter. The goals of the new page are to better showcase both recommended add-ons and regular add-ons, and make it easier to discover a wide variety of add-ons with a minimum… Continue reading
Since moving to California, I’ve found myself listening to the radio a lot more than in previous years. I think this is largely because my favorite station here plays a lot more of the music I like and has a lot of new artists and songs that I haven’t heard before. Music and Firefox add-ons… Continue reading
This last month, we’ve rolled out lots of bug fixes to AMO as well as quite a few enhancements to the site. For the comprehensive list, check out bugzilla. We’d also like to highlight some changes that we think will help both developers and users of add-ons. Enhanced Developer Dashboards Add-on developers can now see… Continue reading
Thanks for all your feedback. I’ve posted again with an updated AMO Tagging Plan.
I’m looking for some input on AMO’s tagging fundamentals, specifically regarding Unicode support. Read the whole post to see what the plan consists of so far and feel free to give feedback.
A friendly reminder- we’ll be talking today at 12:30 PM PST on air.mozilla.com (Firefox 3.1 required). For those of you who like to read ahead, here are the slides: AMO 2009 View more presentations or upload your own. You’ll also be able to ask questions in #airmozilla on irc.mozilla.org, or via the air.mozilla.com website. Hope… Continue reading
While savvy Firefox users have reaped the benefits of add-ons for some time, reaching out to new users has been a bit of a challenge. We’ve been looking for ways to improve how users can get introduced to Firefox add-ons and today we saw the culmination of a lot of hard work come to fruition… Continue reading
The AMO team has been cranking hard for the past several weeks to bring you the latest batch of goodness. This week’s release includes some very cool end user and developer features, just in time for Firefox 3. Theme Browser Ever find it hard to see a bunch of Firefox themes at a glance? We… Continue reading