Firefox

In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Firefox's 10 anniversary, Microsoft open sources more of .NET, copyleft.org announced, and more
0 comments Posted 14 Nov 2014 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
Firefox for mobile, codenamed Fennec, is the build of the Mozilla Firefox web browser for devices such as Android smartphones and tablet computers. These 12 Indic languages represent the largest number of new languages that have been shipped in a single Fennec release. So, a little belated, the... Read more
1 comment Posted 6 Nov 2014 by Rajesh Ranjan (Red Hat) Feed
Open source music
My friend Mary, a folk singer, stopped by to visit spontaneously this evening. "What are you up to?" she inquired. "I'm recording a music video for a new folk song," I explained. "The Firefox Phone was announced last week, so I need to compose a song about it."
2 comments Posted 14 Mar 2014 by Phil Shapiro Feed
How-to videos for getting started with open source software
Getting started with new software can be overwhelming. It's even more frustrating when you transition from one tool to another, because you have to unlearn some habits in order to make room for new ones. But, there are huge benefits to switching from closed software to open source alternatives.
4 comments Posted 28 Feb 2014 by Michael Harrison Feed
FireFox OS phone
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Jason Weathersby is an experienced coder and co-author of Integrating and Extending BIRT. His earlier work with HTML and Javascript recently led him to join Mozilla as one of their many Technical Evangelists. "Every day I get to work on... Read more
0 comments Posted 24 Sep 2013 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
The next web: joyful production vs. "elegant consumption"
Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker spoke recently about an interesting shift we’re seeing in technology — a shift from the web as a "maker’s world" that actively encouraged tinkering, tweaking and getting your hands dirty, to an era of "elegant consumption" that’s increasingly about one-way reception. As... Read more
0 comments Posted 22 Nov 2011 by OpenMatt Feed
Why is Google putting so many ads on TV?
Almost every time I’ve turned on the television in the past week, I've seen an ad for Google Chrome. What started earlier this year as a sprinkling of ads here in the United States has become a torrential downpour. For me, Google has long been one of the poster children for a new breed of company... Read more
5 comments Posted 4 Oct 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
My theme this week is organizational openness and transparency and today I'd like to highlight a fantastic example of an organization that has built a culture with openness at its core: Mozilla. Most of you probably know Mozilla as the organization famous for its open source Firefox web browser.... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Sep 2011 by Chris Grams Feed
Let's be up front about things: I'm angry about the rhetoric I hear of late surrounding education. Teachers (and their unions) are being vilified, legislators and parents are demanding "accountability," and at the same time, the financial support necessary to educate a society is being slashed... Read more
5 comments Posted 23 May 2011 by Matt Jadud Feed
How do you develop a successful open source business that lasts? Of the more than 250,000 open source projects on SourceForge, few will be successful at that goal. But one way they might think about how to do it is by doing it in reverse: What should an open source project or business not do?
6 comments Posted 15 Feb 2011 by Nicolas Pujol Feed

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