Firefox just reached 500,000,000 downloads. This is an absolutely phenomenal milestone for Firefox. It is sort of hard to imagine what that number means. For some perspective, that’s roughly the audience size of 10,000 Rome Colosseums combined. It would be … Continue reading
Posts from February, 2008
On Saturday March 1, the Alameda County Computer Resource Center and Untangle are pairing up to run a massive installfest, pairing donated computer hardware with Ubuntu GNU/Linux. If you live in (or are visiting) the Bay Area, you can help … Continue reading
Hi everyone, I recently joined the Mozilla team as a marketing coordinator, and I’m excited to announce our T-Shirt Design Contest to help promote the launch of Firefox 3! The winning design will have worldwide exposure as the official Firefox … Continue reading
Please join us for another exciting episode of Air Mozilla Live! This week’s Air Mozilla Live broadcast will feature a discussion with David Ascher, CEO of Mozilla’s new Mozilla Messaging organization. David will be talking about the launch of this … Continue reading
Today, Mozilla Messaging, the new mail focused subsidiary of the non-profit Mozilla Foundation, announced that it has begun operations. For more details, view the press release, FAQ and David Ascher’s blog post.
[Mozilla announced Firefox 3 Beta 3 today, Feb 12 at approximately 5:45pm PT. See Mike Beltzner’s comprehensive post from DevNews, crossposted below. Reminder that the Firefox 3 Beta 3 milestone release is intended for testing purposes only and is not … Continue reading
Extend Firefox 2 has wrapped up and we’re super excited to announce the winners! We received well over 100 entries, representing hundreds of hours of hard work from people around the world. A big thanks to all who participated! And … Continue reading