74 links with tags mozilla

2017-03-21T19:42:11Z

snotweasel.png

something happened and you need to click ok to get on with doing things snotweasel pook

http://blog.johnath.com/images/snotweasel.png
2013-08-12T08:39:32Z

ZTE Open Firefox OS phone

ZTE to sell ZTE Open Firefox OS phone on eBay US and UK

http://www.ztedevices.com/news/company_news/bb874d58-5a32-4e65-b075-32f5f0959d16.html
2013-07-24T00:45:26Z

heka

data collection and log processing made easy. https://blog.mozilla.org/services/2013/04/30/introducing-heka/ http://hekad.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

https://github.com/mozilla-services/heka
2013-06-24T18:34:48Z

horsehead saga timeline

mozilla horsehead saga

http://mandel.biz/horsehead/
2013-04-17T20:53:24Z

towtruck

TowTruck is a service for your website that makes it easy to collaborate in real-time.

https://towtruck.mozillalabs.com
2013-02-26T18:16:39Z

firefox-os announcement

Firefox Will Take On Apple And Google In The Smartphone Wars

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/02/24/firefox-os-apple-google_n_2754211.html
2013-01-30T18:14:55Z

no-cookies-for-you

Firefox t-shirt from an old joke whose URL I'll look up later

http://www.redbubble.com/people/dawnchapel/works/5663299-no-cookies-for-you
2013-01-24T17:34:09Z

Sneakers @ MozillaSF

Sneakers - shot on location at our Mozilla office I just realised that the hacking/phreaking movie Sneakers (1995) was shot at our SF Office building!

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/536204/sneakers.html
2013-01-23T17:46:20Z

geeksphone

Firefox OS developer preview phone https://hacks.mozilla.org/2013/01/announcing-the-firefox-os-developer-preview-phone/

http://www.geeksphone.com
2013-01-14T20:27:34Z

testerBug

b2g tester bug front-end

http://mzl.la/testerBug
2012-11-01T17:47:31Z

B2G Prerelease Feedback

B2G Prerelease Feedback

https://b2gtestdrivers.allizom.org/comments
2012-08-30T17:03:06Z

mozmap

map of Mozillians

http://www.oxymoronical.com/experiments/mozmap/
2012-07-04T05:10:52Z

the web is legos

the web is legos

http://vid.ly/1o2x3s
2012-07-02T16:11:42Z

firefox-mobile-os

Firefox mobile operating system announcement

http://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2012/07/02/firefox-mobile-os/
2012-06-15T19:50:59Z

thimble.webmaker.org

Thimble is webmaking made easy.

http://thimble.webmaker.org/
2012-05-05T16:17:42Z

youll be missed

switching from firefox to chrome?

http://mozillamemes.tumblr.com/post/19404172326/youll-be-missed
2012-04-16T23:09:28Z

Mozilla Labs

Mozilla Labs

https://mozillalabs.com/en-US/
2012-04-12T15:18:12Z

Absolutely minimal XULRunner browser

Here is a minimal XULrunner application that simply loads a HTML page. Get <http://www.developer.beonex.com/source/minbrowser.zip> (3 KB), unzip it, and start firefox.exe -app minbrowser/application.ini It simply loads a predefined website. You cannot enter any URLs yourself. This is just a start. Please look into files app.xul and application.ini, you must adapt them.

http://www.developer.beonex.com/source/minbrowser.zip
2012-03-01T00:34:15Z

gaia

b2g gaia demo THROUGH THE WEB!!! http://paulrouget.com/e/b2gdemo/

http://paulrouget.com/gaia/
2012-01-26T17:12:24Z

python-versioneer

automate versioning of python software

https://github.com/warner/python-versioneer
2012-01-19T00:22:13Z

mozilla museum

the mozilla museum

http://home.snafu.de/tilman/mozilla/
2012-01-17T23:50:22Z

compare-talos

compare talos results

http://perf.snarkfest.net/compare-talos/
2012-01-17T23:49:39Z

smartmake

This python program builds a list of directories required to create a working Firefox build, given a list of changed directories, then invokes a command

http://hg.mozilla.org/users/josh_joshmatthews.net/smartmake
2011-12-10T02:28:18Z

Learning Freedom and the Web

Learning Freedom and the Web

http://learningfreedomandtheweb.org/ebook/
2011-12-09T05:09:08Z

The Mozilla Story

We believe the Web is a place where anyone can come to build their dreams.

https://donate.mozilla.org/page/contribute/the-mozilla-story
2011-10-04T17:56:27Z

Camera Capture

HTML Media Capture

http://people.mozilla.com/~fdesre/capture/
2011-09-24T19:38:17Z

Services Python Release

Mozilla Services » Python Server Development Guide

http://docs.services.mozilla.com/server-devguide/release.html
2011-09-22T16:29:43Z

mozillamemory.org

mozilla memories

http://mozillamemory.org
2011-09-14T20:43:39Z

mozilla-test-tools

mozilla test tools etherpad

http://ietherpad.com/mozilla-test-tools
2011-08-28T22:00:19Z

toolbox

a place to record Mozilla software tools. File bugs at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Webtools&component=Toolbox

https://github.com/mozilla/toolbox
2011-08-26T20:50:32Z

browser testing charter

standards for browser testing

http://www.w3.org/2011/08/browser-testing-charter
2011-07-18T18:45:54Z

browserid

A better way to sign in.

https://browserid.org/
2011-06-28T17:10:27Z

webfwd

Web FWD (Forward) is the new Innovation Accelerator from Mozilla. It's a chance for us to work with you, product builders, and for you to work with us and our brilliant mentors. It's about creating open solutions that push the Web forward, together.

http://webfwd.org/en-US/
2011-06-17T19:24:14Z

Mozillians

Mozillians.org makes the Mozilla contributor base feel smaller by creating an easy way to learn who is involved, what they do and how to connect with them.

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Mozillians
2011-06-17T19:21:52Z

Mozilla Reps

becoming a Mozilla Reps involves a short but rigorous application process to make sure those interested are motivated and ready to take on a leadership role within the Mozilla community.

https://wiki.mozilla.org/ReMo/SOPs/Joining
2011-06-17T03:51:04Z

pdf.js

Rendering PDF with HTML5 and JavaScript

http://andreasgal.com/2011/06/15/pdf-js/
2011-06-15T20:11:15Z

prism is now chromeless

The Prism project itself, and the ways that it has been applied, have given us deep insights into this void between traditional desktop applications and the Web.

http://mozillalabs.com/blog/2011/02/prism-is-now-chromeless/
2011-06-09T17:09:14Z

Time Available

You can build a better Internet by getting involved with Mozilla. You don’t have to be a C++ guru (or even know what that means!) and you don’t need to spend lots of time.

http://www.mozilla.org/contribute/timeavailable.html
2011-06-09T06:13:28Z

markup.mozilla.org

Mark Up, our collaborative 3D art project for the Web, is now officially LIVE in 13 languages (and counting). Please help spread the word by making "marks" on the site and sharing them through Twitter and Facebook (feel free to make more than one if you want!).

https://markup.mozilla.org/
2011-06-08T16:16:27Z

XBL

XBL (XML Binding Language) is an XML-based markup language used to declare the behavior and look of XUL-widgets and XML elements. XBL was developed by the Mozilla project for use in the Mozilla Application Suite; the language is not currently described by any formal standard and is thus proprietary to Mozilla, with the only implementation being the Gecko layout engine. XBL 2.0 is the new version of XBL, which is in process of being standardized by the World Wide Web Consortium.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XBL
2011-06-07T19:25:48Z

The message manager

The message manager is a message-passing framework for chrome script to touch content. In Firefox 4, chrome script can access content and content docshells directly through properties on a XUL browser element. But in Mobile Firefox 4 and in a future version of Firefox, content will run in separate processes from chrome, and direct access will not be possible. Instead, chrome script must use separate scripts for code which must synchronously touch content, and run these scripts asynchronously using the message manager. The message manager is available in Firefox 4 so that Firefox code and extensions can start using the new API immediately, even before Firefox switches to use content processes. https://wiki.mozilla.org/More samples and docs here: Mobile/Fennec/Extensions/Electrolysis

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/The_message_manager
2011-06-06T18:24:33Z

Introducing Ubiquity

An experiment into connecting the Web with language.

https://mozillalabs.com/blog/2008/08/introducing-ubiquity/
2011-06-03T21:18:48Z

unified virtualenv for m-c

Currently, python lives all over the source tree and, as needed, is hacked together to see each other with http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/config/pythonpath.py Instead, virtualenv (http://www.virtualenv.org/en/latest/index.html) should be used to keep m-c land python separate from system python and allow cross-module imports easily and in a more robust way than the current ad hoc solution. This should make it easier to add python code to m-c without modifying makefiles (much if at all) as well as tend to a more modular architecture and consuming third-party modules (where third-party could include mozilla authors).

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=661908
2011-06-03T17:26:11Z

ubiquity

ubiquity

https://mozillalabs.com/ubiquity/
2011-05-20T16:03:04Z

Domesday

Domesday is the name of the software which will run a Mozilla Contributor Directory. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Mozillians/Releases/1.0/Sitemap

https://wiki.mozilla.org/Domesday
2011-05-19T05:03:06Z

assisted automated landing

Assisted/Automated Landing - Designing the Systems

http://crashopensource.blogspot.com/2011/05/assistedautomated-landing-designing.html
2011-05-17T04:24:27Z

The Bug Brothers

Ask for a review of your code, or review some code yourself. Also, share the gems you've found along the way

http://bugbro.ziade.org/