Articles from January, 2009

Mozilla Clubs

The Mozilla Campus Reps program saw a lot of growth in 2008 and we plan to build on that momentum by helping students around the world get better organized and do more as they spread Firefox and the Mozilla mission … Read more

Mozilla Labs Introduces Design Challenge

Editor’s note: Mozilla Labs introduced the first of a series of Design Challenges on Tuesday, January 27, 2009, as part of the Mozilla Labs Concept Series.  See Pascal Finette’s, Mozilla’s open innovation catalyst, comprehensive post on the Mozilla Labs blog, … Read more

In Support of Open Video

Editor’s note: Today, Mozilla announced a $100,000 grant to the Wikimedia Foundation to advance open video.  See comprehensive posts from Mike Shaver, VP of Engineering and Chris Blizzard, Director of Evangelism.  Excerpt from Mike’s post here: We believe that Theora … Read more

Visualizing Mozilla Community

Without question, community participation is at the heart of what makes Mozilla work — and rock. But if you’ve ever tried to describe the multi-dimensional nature of the Mozilla community to someone less than technically inclined, you know it can … Read more

Firefox 2.0.0.20 users offered a free upgrade

Editor’s note: Mozilla announced a free upgrade for Firefox 2.x users on Monday, January 19th, 2009 at 3:03 pm EST. Check out the Mozilla Developer News announcement, reposted below, for more details. Earlier this month, Mozilla offered an update for … Read more

Mozilla Labs releases Major Ubiquity Update

Editor’s note: Mozilla announced the release of Ubiquity 0.1.5 on Wednesday, January 14, 2009.  See Mozilla Labs User Experience Lead Aza Raskin’s comprehensive post on the Mozilla Labs blog, excerpted here: We are proud to announce Ubiquity 0.1.5. Since the … Read more

Mozilla Labs releases Snowl 0.2

Editor’s note: Mozilla announced the release of Snowl 0.2 on Monday, January 12, 2009.  See Myk Melez’s comprehensive post on the Mozilla Labs blog, excerpted here: We’re pleased to announce Snowl 0.2.  This version of the messaging-in-the-browser experiment builds on … Read more