Articles in “Around the Web”

Open Web, Open Video and WebM

Video is an integral part of the modern web experience, which is why Mozilla has been working for the past few years to make sure that video can be used … Read more

Plugin Check for Everyone

Editor’s Note: Today, Mozilla announced the availability of Plugin Check for all browsers. For more details, check out Johnathan Nightingale’s blog post, reposted below. It’s been a few months since … Read more

Bugzilla 3.6 Released Today

Today, the Bugzilla Project released Bugzilla 3.6, which brings some innovative new enhancements for Bugzilla over previous versions – most notably Extensions. Bugzilla Extensions allow developers to write their own … Read more

Open Video Conference Roundup

Editor’s note: The inaugural Open Video Conference took place last week in New York City (Mozilla was one of the sponsors). Mark Surman, executive director of the Mozilla Foundation, has … Read more

Dailymotion Supports Open Video

Exciting news! Today, Dailymotion, one of the world’s largest video entertainment websites, announced support for the new open video and web standards available in the current beta release of Firefox … Read more

Q&A on Mozilla and the European Commission

In response to questions that have been asked about Mozilla’s involvement with the recent European Commission (EC) conclusion regarding Microsoft’s tying of Internet Explorer to the Windows operating system, we’ve … Read more