Articles in “Mozilla Community”

AMO 5.0.9 Launched!

The Mozilla Add-ons team has release AMO 5.0.9, with updates to Recommendations, Collections, and Contributions! For more information, read the AMO blog post, excerpted below: Add-on Recommendations Some things go … Read more

Creativity + Service = Awesome

As you know, we launched the Mozilla Creative Collective today!  To kick things off we’re hosting a mini design challenge around Mozilla Service Week.  We’re hoping your creativity and artistic … Read more

The Creative Collective is Here! Join Us.

I’m excited to announce the initial beta release of the Mozilla Creative Collective, the official new home and hub of activity for our visual design community. The goal of the … Read more

Firefox 3.5 Community Parties Roundup

Since we announced Firefox 3.5 on June 30th, community members all over the world have been planning amazing parties (150+ to date) to celebrate and share their passion about their … Read more

One Billion Downloads of Firefox!

Last night the official Spread Firefox download counter reached one billion! That’s one billion times over the last five years that users have chosen a better Web experience. This is … Read more

Bugzilla 3.4 Released!

Editor’s note: The Bugzilla Project released Bugzilla 3.4 on Tuesday, July 28, 2009. Check out the official announcement for more details. The Bugzilla Project released Bugzilla 3.4, which brings a … Read more

Robot Love is Infectious!

Last month our artful collaboration with Infectious produced some awesome Firefox inspired art for our community to enjoy as laptop and iPhone skins, wallpapers, t-shirts, and Personas. Today the community … Read more

Discover Shiretoko

Yesterday, Mozilla Japan shared the Discover Shiretoko campaign with the world! Discover Shiretoko was born as a collaborative project between Japan’s Shiretoko Foundation and Mozilla Japan. Shiretoko is a national … Read more

Fastest Firefox, Part 3: On a Musical Note…

Earlier this month we launched a new project called Fastest Firefox to help spread the word about Firefox 3.5’s dramatically upgraded performance. As with most things at Mozilla, public participation … Read more