Posts from June, 2010

Hi, my name is Firefox Input


Mozilla has a new Feedback Add-on in its collection! It’s a high-er touch feedback mechanism intended to funnel in what our users would like to tell us in terms of positive/negative experiences during the Firefox Beta Program. In order to see/use it, you’ll have to get onto a beta build for Firefox 4 (when it’s […] Continue reading

Ace Monster Toys: All On Board


Left to Right: Chris, Al, Shannon and his Mustache, Dr. Jesus, Mike, Neha The effort to get Ace Monster Toys, the East Bay Hackerspace, off the ground continues. We continue to meet on Monday nights at 7:30 PM, often at Berkeley Coworking. This last Monday we took another step towards becoming official by electing our […] Continue reading

Do you use Ubiquity?

Gordon P. Hemsley

As you may or may not know, Ubiquity is officially “on hiatus”. That means that the official Mozilla Labs team is not currently working on it at the moment. Unfortunately, when they made that decision, the latest released version of Ubiquity (0.5.4) was not compatible with Firefox 3.6. Luckily, community member Satyr Murky (satyr) decided […] Continue reading

Home in the Clouds


Jay Sullivan’s detailed blog post today on Your Firefox in the Cloud: Firefox Sync and Firefox Home reminded me I should syndicate an update myself. Firefox Sync 1.3.1 It’s been 2 weeks now with Firefox Sync 1.3.1 up and running with new branding, new client features, and new server hardware to meet your needs.   Traffic […] Continue reading