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Today, I am proud to be a Firefox user and Mozillian. Thank you to the amazing Mozilla community worldwide that has contributed to Firefox 4 and the Open Web. If you don’t know what Mozilla and Firefox are all about, watch this video. Watch with subtitles in some languages here. Can’t see the video? Get […]

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All Browsers Want to be Mozilla

The only conclusion I could reach from this funny post about User-Agent Strings is that all browsers want to be Mozilla (Firefox). History of browser user-agent string Even before it existed. Mosaic was like an expectant parent with the offspring still the apple of it’s eye. And I don’t blame them really. Related articles by […]

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Extensions and Business

Image via Wikipedia Fred Wilson recently asked: Can You Build A Business on Browser Extensions? Alex Iskold tries to respond: Can Browser Add-ons Be Business? Well, this question has been answered a long time, as companies have been building extensions for Firefox for years, and the Mozilla Suite before that. Yet as mentioned in both […]

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Translate Toolkit and Firefox – a Primer

Image via Wikipedia I recently took over the string management for the Slovene (sl) locale of Firefox. To make a long story short, the strings have not been maintained for a while and nobody was doing it for Firefox 3. To miss out on Firefox 3 would be a disaster, especially considering that Slovenia has […]

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