Graziano Sorbaioli: « On the gNewSense forum there is a topic about including GNU IceCat in Ubuntu. Someone asked Ubuntu developers to include it in the repositories for the Intrepid Ibex release but they said no... »Read more »
I am pleased to announce the new 3.0.2-g1 version for the GNU IceCat web browser, based on the latest Mozilla Firefox 3.0.2 source code.»Read more »
Please, don't hurt the web this way... --
*N.B: Comcast blocks P2P traffic also: http://www.boingboing.net/2007/10/19/comcast-actively-blo.html
Learn how to create a language extension for IceCat (and probably also for Firefox and other Firefox-based browsers).Read more »
"I recently made a blog post complaining about the behavior in Firefox 3 [...] After that post got Slashdotted, I got an email from Giuseppe Scrivano saying that he was interested in implementing better certificate behavior in IceCat. The question is this: What is the optimal certificate handling behavior for a web browser? ..."Read more »
– ## In this issue
* Why free software and Apple's iPhone don't mix
* Play Ogg!
* Pizza Party for friends of the FSF in San Francisco
* Portland associate membership meeting recap
* Give Apple the iPhone Challenge
* Help defeat Microsoft's OOXML format!
* Atheros releases free software wireless driver
* Yahoo Music -- the bad dream of DRM continues
* GNU spotlight with Karl Berry
"Hello! I am pleased to announce the new version for the GNU IceCat web browser [...] This new version is based on the new Firefox 3.0.1 source code that fixes some bugs present in the previous 3 release. In addition a support for the standard X -geometry option was added in IceCat..."Read more »
"Hi all! I am pleased to announce the new version for the GNU IceCat web browser [...] Differently from other versions, the additional privacy features were moved in a separate extension, gnuzilla_privacy.xpi ..."Read more »
"Hello, I just uploaded a first version of GNUzilla Icecat 3 based on the new Firefox 3 source. You can find the source code and GNU/Linux-i386 binaries here: ..." -- From Giuseppe Scrivano: http://it.gnu.org/~gscrivano/Read more »
"This is a post about freedom. The freedom to keep your data for yourself and the freedom to run free software. You should be able to reclaim and enjoy these freedoms also when using web applications. [...] Let me be clear: web apps are great and I’m in love with them. But I think it’s time to ask for more freedom and more privacy. Here is a three step plan to achieve both these results..."Read more »
"...After some research, I found IceCat.
IceCat is “the GNU version of the Firefox browser.” Basically, the GNU guys took Mozilla’s code, and compiled it without using the “proprietary” parts, meaning the Logo and the name, among other things..."Read more »