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What do you want to see in Mozbot 2.8?

By on February 24, 2009 in Mozilla

Its been a long time since there was a Mozbot release, the last release was, in fact, Mozbot 2.4 on April 1st, 2002.. Mozbot 2.6, the next release, has been in development ever since (As Mozbot 2.5, since Mozbot releases are even minor-numbered only.). Nowadays for all practical purposes, running Mozbot 2.4 is pretty close […]

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If its unowned, you may buy it from the bank…

By on December 18, 2008 in Mozilla

Most of you are aware that I run firebot, and that he’s been around, a relatively long time now, where long is since around the Firefox 0.9 launch (June 6th? maybe, can’t really remember, and the launch was the 14th.) in 2004. Starting as a bug-reporting bot, I eventually changed him to running mozbot, the […]

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Firebot: Scheduled Downtime – Wednesday, July 9th, 2008

By on July 7, 2008 in Mozilla

This Wednesday, the server that hosts firebot will be down for several hours (during the afternoon/evening EDT) for planned maintenance. This, of course, means that firebot will be offline and not available for your bug watching, tree burning, and factoid requesting pleasure. Thanks.

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Egos and Stupidities….

By on October 17, 2006 in Mozilla

Yes, I know, I’m late to the game.. and out of practice at blogging these days. Just wanted to get my own opinion out, since self-expression makes me feel all fuzzy…. So, yay, now we apparently have Icedove and IceWeasel (which for the sake of being anal and annoying must have a capital W in […]

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SpreadFirefox Spam

By on February 6, 2006 in Mozilla

From the SpreadFirefox Account page: “The e-mail address is not made public and will only be used if you wish to receive a new password or wish to receive certain news or notifications by e-mail.” So, how then, did I get an e-mail from “Spread Firefox team []” that had nothing to do with any […]

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SpreadFirefox Hacked Again…

By on October 4, 2005 in Mozilla

From “The Mozilla Foundation’s community marketing site Spread Firefox has been hacked for the second time in less than three months. According to an email sent to registered users of the site, unknown remote attackers exploited a vulnerability in the TWiki wiki software, which was installed on the server but not actually used by […]

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One Light…

By on September 4, 2005 in Events, Mozilla, Personal Thoughts

Dedicated to the victims of Hurricane Katrina, The men and women of the military fighting overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan, and to anyone suffering around the world. You’re not alone.

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Other New Stuff…

By on June 1, 2005 in Mozilla, Website News

So, what else is new that I haven’t blogged about… I’ve *finally* added the music section to my website. Its nothing spectacular, but I’ve been meaning to add it for months, if not over a year. Its a combination of a list of artists that I like that came to mind while writing plus the […]

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Ah, security confusion…

By on May 9, 2005 in Mozilla

Well, no software is perfect. So today saw alot of activity regarding a newly publicized exploit in Firefox 1.0.3. The exploit is a combination of several flaws, which make it appear that a software install comes from, then another flaw in the iconURL paramter of installTrigger that JS can be inserted into, which runs […]

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The Firefox…

By on April 24, 2005 in Mozilla

This past January I got one of the Firefox plush toys from the Mozilla Store. (though it took awhile to show up. :-/) I finally got around to taking a few photos of the little guy. The first shot being of his head from the front, and the second being a profile shot showing his […]

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