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Firebot Fixes…

By on January 26, 2005 in Mozilla, Technology

I’ve made a few changes to firebot, the IRC bot that gives bugzilla bug information for Devs/QA/users in #firefox and #thunderbird tonight. * Added kick handling, auto-rejoins channel when kicked. * Added invite handling, bot can join a channel when invited. * Added ping to test if hte bot is alive. just say firebot: ping […]

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What happened to Mozilla Update?

By on January 25, 2005 in Mozilla

Well, its obvious by now, things haven’t exactly gone as planned with Mozilla Update Beta. While it’s online, it’s not exactly operating as designed, with new submissions/updates having not been processed for one month now. This, of course, rumors of a situation or conflict within Mozilla Update, Its even been on MozillaZine, though in a […]

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Update-Beta Preview Screenshots

By on December 8, 2004 in Mozilla

A sneak peek at what’s coming soon to

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Netscape Browser = Firefox + IE + WTF?

By on November 30, 2004 in Mozilla

Meet Netscape Browser… Now that you’ve been scared by the initial look… I’ll give you a minute to recover and visit the bathroom if needed……… Supposedly this is based on Firefox 0.9.3, which IMO was the worst Firefox milestone, pre-release or not. Though you can’t tell that Firefox is burried in there, behind the UI […]

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Moving Spaces…

By on November 24, 2004 in Mozilla

So, those of you who watch bugzilla closely have definitely noticed alot of changes lately. The new Core, Toolkit and Mozilla App Suite products for example, and alot of moving bugs. Update has also moved, from a pairing of two components in Webtools and it is now its own Product “Update”. For those filing […]

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Firefox *1.0* is coming…

By on November 8, 2004 in Mozilla

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A Call for Extension/Theme Testing Help for

By on October 21, 2004 in Mozilla is currently managed by a small group of editors, they handle the everyday operations, including, most importantly, adding/updating new extension and themes as they’re released and we get notification of them via bugzilla. Due to life constraints though, these relatively few editors, there’s 4 plus myself, are currently unable to handle the load of […]

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New Website / Update Update

By on September 2, 2004 in Mozilla launched its new look.. which I must say is a big improvement over the previous. So congrats to Steven Garrity / silverorange and all the people who took part in that. Update Many people have expressed alot of views, to put it diplomatically over’s current state. So, briefly i’m going to try […]

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Strange Blocking Bug

By on July 7, 2004 in Mozilla

Well, this has to be the weirdest bug I’ve been apart of. It’s Bug 249787 which is about not being browsable in Internet Explorer. Strangely enough though, it’s a blocking-aviary1.0RC1+ bug.. Go figure. Guess I can’t say I have no blocking bugs anymore.

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Ways to Improve Mozilla’s Extension Pages

By on February 13, 2004 in Mozilla

I’ve been recently paying more attention to the extensions-side of the Firefox project. does not maintain a website for extensions, as most are third-party developed. A lot of extensions are projects, and the MozillaZine forums provide some user-to-user support for help and troubleshooting. There are two sources that are trusted, in general for […]

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