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Mozilla turbocharges Firefox, touts major speed gains

http://www.computerworld.com

Mozilla Corp. said on Friday that it has added the fruits of a two-month JavaScript turbopower project to the latest preview of its next browser, Firefox 3.1, which boosts some benchmark speeds by nearly 40 times over those of Firefox 3.0.

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Ubiquity In Depth - An experiment into connecting the Web with language.

http://www.azarask.in

"Ubiquity is an experiment two parts. It’s both an interface and a development platform. Ubiquity 0.1 focuses on the platform aspects, while beginning to explore language-driven methods of controlling the browser..."

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The API-enabled web and a better browser

http://emacsen.livejournal.com

"All the cool hipsters have seen Ubiquity- the new Mozilla Labs project. If you haven't seen the video, you should..." --
* This sounds great, but i can't see this video :( The use of Flash is very bad for free software. Mozilla should release their video in Ogg Theora...

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Why Emacs and Firefox together could be the ultimate software!

http://weblogs.mozillazine.org

«...That said, one of the biggest questions with JIT compilation of JavaScript that I've had for months is, "How are we going to debug JavaScript now?"...» --

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The Last Mile is Always the Hardest - by John Sullivan

http://www.fsf.org

"Software licenses and patents aren't the only ways proprietary software vendors can restrict the freedoms of computer users. A key component of our overall campaign for software freedom is making sure that the hardware we buy is not an obstacle to the exercise of our freedoms.

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How Will Mozilla's Fennec Mobile Browser Look and Feel?

http://ostatic.com

As we wrote about the other day, Mozilla has reached a sixth developer milestone for its Fennec browser--intended for mobile handsets and platforms. Fennec (the word means "small fox") is a very critical browser in Mozilla's overall strategy, and we've written about why before.

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Mozilla Add-ons Workshop in Paris, it's alive !

http://blog.mozbox.org

"...I'm glad to announce that the Mozilla Add-ons Workshop in Paris is now open for subscriptions ! It will take place on Saturday September 20th. William talked a bit about this event. Our objective is to bring together French-speaking XUL developers, hackers, Web developers... to discuss about Mozilla technologies..."

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Free Culture: Building the world we want, not the one we have

http://blog.mozilla.com

the and tags along with native support for Theora video and Vorbis audio are currently enabled in the Firefox nightly builds. This will ship in Firefox 3.1 Beta 1 coming later this year. This is not new news but I did want to provide my perspective on why this is important[...] Download a Firefox nightly build here and test it out here or on Wikimedia Commons.

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Firefox 3.0 Ported To Qt 4.4

http://blog.vlad1.com

Many of us KDE users really hate Firefox 3.0's GTK interface. Firefox 2 was decent, but 3.0 looks like crap in anything except Gnome. And besides, Firefox really never did integrate as fully into KDE as it did into Gnome. Now, however, that's changing.

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XULRunner 1.9.0.1

http://starkravingfinkle.org

"The newest official XULRunner has been released. XULRunner 1.9.0.1 matches the Firefox 3.0.1 release..." --
* (now, we need to port XULRunner to Emacs; it could be used as a rendering engine inside Emacs...)

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GNUzilla and IceCat toward a self-signed certificate behavior

http://lists.gnu.org

"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? ..."

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Mozilla SSL policy bad for the Web

http://pandion.ferrus.net

"Mozilla Firefox 3 limits usable encrypted (SSL) web sites to those who are willing to pay money to one of their approved digital certificate vendors. This policy is bad for the web. Not only does it make users less secure overall by reducing the number of encrypted connections, it damages the basic principle of equality among web participants..."

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Free software is better for web pages

http://www.somgnu.org

"Despite the considerable advances that the free software has made in the last years in its «market share» in different fields in informatics, only in a few of this fields free software has the supremacy. One of these is the field of web servers.

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Theora Video Backend for Firefox Landed

http://www.bluishcoder.co.nz

"It was announced at the Firefox Plus summit today that Firefox will include native Theora and Vorbis support for the HTML 5 media elements. So and will support those codecs built into Firefox itself..."

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Mozilla insists Firefox 3.1 won't hit bum note for developers

http://www.theregister.co.uk

Mozilla Corporation has claimed that the transition to Firefox 3.1 won’t be “a major pain-in-the-ass” and pledged developers will not be hit by “surprises along the way”, after royally hacking off users with the 3.0 launch.

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