Archive for March, 2009

Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 available

Thursday, March 12th, 2009


Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 is now available for Download ! For Information about this Beta and the Download Links can be found here !

Also there will be a Beta 3 Testday this Friday (see the Announcement here)!

There are now both a facebook group and a twitter account for Firefox betas: and

Thanks !

– Tomcat

CeBIT 09: Getting involved into the Mozilla Project @ the OpenSource Forum

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

CeBIT is still very awesome and i think we do a great job!

Saturday will be a great day, we expect a lot more users and are happy to answer all the Questions about Mozilla, Firefox and Thunderbird !

Tim Reily will also speak at the OpenSource Forum about “Getting involved into the Mozilla Project”. You can also watch this Session via a live-stream!


Saturday March 7th at 2:30pm


Mozilla will describe how you can have impact on improving the web, and contributing to a better browser experience for 230 Million browser users around the world.
Sharing the core values of the Mozilla project and why people participate, Mozilla will explain how you can get involved in a wide variety of ways; including non-programming areas. Find out about projects which are looking for help.

There will be also a live stream available here:

Don’t miss this Talk !

– Tomcat

CeBIT 2009 – Day 2 – Mozilla Session today at the OpenSource Forum – “Understanding Open Source & Mozilla”

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009


We are currently at the CeBIT 2009 and its really great here. Mozilla is part of the Open Projects Lounge in Hall 6 (our booth is at Hall 6 – F50).

Also Mozilla will have 2 Talks in the Open Source Forum !
Today’s talk (04.03.2009, 14:30-15:15 o’clock) is about “Understanding Open Source & Mozilla. How You Can Leverage Firefox in Your Enterprise or Institution” with Chris Hofmann, Director of Special Projects.

Chris will explain what is behind Firefox’s amazing growth in browser market share over the last 5 years, and offers insight into what is
driving adoption in Enterprise and Institutional settings. He will share ideas on how to evaluate if Open Source is the right solution for your organization, and how institutions are gaining leverage in their businesses by using Open Source Software solutions.
Chris will describe how to set up pilot projects to identify and remove obstacles for successfully deploying Firefox.

There will be also a live stream available here:

Don’t miss this Talk !

– Tomcat