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A flying curl progress bardaniel.haxx.se

2018-01-22T08:01:40Z2018-01-22T08:01:40Z

tech, open source and networking



Paying it forward at Global Diversity CFP DayMozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

2018-01-22T04:47:05Z2018-01-22T05:41:45Z

Global Diversity CFP Day takes place on Saturday, February 3, 2018. It’s a decentralized, locally organized free event that's a safe space for people to get started as technical conference speakers. The workshop is designed to help you craft and submit a talk proposal to an event with an open CFP and a stated Code of Conduct. Especially designed for people who are typically under-represented at tech events, free workshops will take place on the same day at dozens of locations all over the planethacks.mozilla.org



Lantea Maps Updates to Track Saving and DrawingHome of KaiRo: The roads I take...

2018-01-21T23:52:06Z2018-01-21T23:52:06Z

KaiRo's weBlog



TenFourFox FPR5 availableTenFourFox Development

2018-01-21T04:53:27Z2018-01-21T04:53:27Z

What's new in TenFourFox, the Mozilla browser for Power Macs.



Generating a bunch of decent mock data on https://landfill.bugzilla.ninja/Mozilla B-Team

2018-01-21T00:14:13Z2018-01-21T01:42:59Z

Official Blog of the team that powers https://bugzilla.mozilla.org



Mozilla Communities Speaker Series #PrivacyMonthAir Mozilla

2018-01-19T16:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



Seeking SOS Fund ProjectsSyndicate – Hacking for Christ

2018-01-19T11:58:45Z2018-01-19T11:58:45Z

Gervase Markham



These Weeks in Firefox: Issue 30Firefox Nightly News

2018-01-18T19:58:17Z2018-01-18T19:58:17Z

Let's improve quality, build after build!



“Ewoks or Porgs?” and Other Important QuestionsThe Firefox Frontier

2018-01-18T18:34:46Z2018-01-18T18:45:24Z

Everything you need to know to browse fast and free



Oxidizing Source Maps with Rust and WebAssemblyMozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

2018-01-18T16:38:03Z2018-01-22T05:41:45Z

hacks.mozilla.org



Reps Weekly Meeting, 18 Jan 2018Air Mozilla

2018-01-18T16:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



Announcing WebBook Level 1, a new Web-based format for electronic books

2018-01-18T10:33:00Z2018-01-20T09:01:27Z

Un Glazman, un blog, un Glazblog



Oxidizing Source Maps with Rust and WebAssemblyNick Fitzgerald

2018-01-18T08:00:00Z2018-01-19T21:34:20Z




Giving and receiving help at MozillaWilliam Lachance's Log: Posts tagged 'Mozilla'

2018-01-17T18:49:34Z2018-01-17T18:49:34Z

William Lachance's Log: Posts tagged 'Mozilla'



The Joy of Coding - Episode 126Air Mozilla

2018-01-17T18:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



Weekly SUMO Community Meeting, 17 Jan 2018Air Mozilla

2018-01-17T17:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



The User Journey for Firefox Extensions DiscoveryFirefox User Experience - Medium

2018-01-17T16:36:03Z2018-01-22T10:09:17Z

Firefox User Experience Design & Research - Medium



Friend of Add-ons: Trishul GoelMozilla Add-ons Blog

2018-01-17T16:35:08Z2018-01-17T16:35:08Z




Making WebAssembly even faster: Firefox’s new streaming and tiering compilerMozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

2018-01-17T15:59:47Z2018-01-22T05:41:45Z

People call WebAssembly a game changer because it makes it possible to run code on the web faster. Some speedups are already present, and some are yet to come. With streaming compilation, the browser compiles the code while the code is still being downloaded. Up until now, this was just a potential future speedup. But with the release of Firefox 58 next week, it becomes a reality. Firefox 58 also includes a new 2-tiered compiler. The new baseline compiler compiles code 10–15 times faster than the optimizing compiler. Combined, these two changes mean we compile code faster than it comes in from the network.hacks.mozilla.org



chuttenblogmozilla – chuttenblog

2018-01-17T15:49:42Z2018-01-22T10:13:09Z

Firefox Telemetry records the usage of certain web features via a mechanism called Use Counters. Essentially, for every document that Firefox loads, we record a “false” if the document didn’t use a counted feature, and a “true” if the document did use that counted feature. (( We technically count it when the documents are destroyed, […]



Firefox 58 new contributorsabout:community

2018-01-17T14:11:53Z2018-01-17T14:11:53Z

News and notes from and for the Mozilla community.



Long-Term Consequences Of Spectre And Its MitigationsLong-Term Consequences Of Spectre And Its MitigationsEyes Above The Waves

2018-01-17T03:19:51Z2018-01-22T09:07:48Z

Robert O'Callahan. Christian. Repatriate Kiwi. Hacker.



My trip in CubaFetchez le Python

2018-01-16T23:00:00Z2018-01-16T23:00:00Z

Tarek Ziadé



Mozilla Files Suit Against FCC to Protect Net NeutralityThe Mozilla Blog

2018-01-16T20:55:46Z2018-01-17T01:11:23Z

Dispatches from the Internet frontier.



Mozilla Gfx Team BlogMozilla Gfx Team Blog

2018-01-16T17:56:23Z2018-01-21T11:17:48Z




Mozilla and Sundance Film Festival Present: VR the PeopleThe Mozilla Blog

2018-01-16T17:05:07Z2018-01-17T01:11:23Z

Dispatches from the Internet frontier.



Host an Open Internet ActivistOpen Policy & Advocacy

2018-01-16T17:00:38Z2018-01-16T17:02:02Z

Mozilla's official blog on open Internet policy initiatives and developments



Using Hardware Token-based 2FA with the WebAuthn APIMozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog

2018-01-16T16:02:14Z2018-01-22T05:41:45Z

To provide higher security for logins, websites are deploying two-factor authentication (2FA), often using a smartphone application or text messages. Those mechanisms make phishing harder but fail to prevent it entirely. Firefox 60 will ship with the WebAuthn API enabled by default, providing two-factor authentication built on public-key cryptography immune to phishing as we know it today. The API is available today in Firefox Nightly, and it's not too soon to start learning how to secure millions of users already in possession of FIDO U2F USB tokens.hacks.mozilla.org



Built to Runmozilla – Built to Run

2018-01-16T12:21:52Z2018-01-22T10:12:50Z

Wrangling distributed systems with a side order of pancakes



NVDA and Firefox 58 – The team is regaining strengthMarco's Accessibility Blog

2018-01-16T10:15:59Z2018-01-16T10:15:59Z

Helping to make accessibility accessible on the web and elsewhere



This Week in Rust 217This Week in Rust

2018-01-16T05:00:00Z2018-01-16T05:00:00Z




Firefox 60 Product Integrity Requests ReportMozilla – Anthony Hughes

2018-01-15T23:28:30Z2018-01-15T23:28:30Z

I am a Quality Engineer at Mozilla, contributing since 2006, currently focused on improving Graphics quality in Gecko. I currently reside in British Columbia but grew up Ontario. I enjoy hiking and photography in my spare time.



Mozilla Weekly Project Meeting, 15 Jan 2018Air Mozilla

2018-01-15T19:00:00Z2018-01-15T19:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



Built to Runmozilla – Built to Run

2018-01-15T16:50:25Z2018-01-22T10:12:50Z

Wrangling distributed systems with a side order of pancakes



Secure Contexts EverywhereMozilla Security Blog

2018-01-15T16:00:51Z2018-01-15T19:14:51Z




Inspect curl’s TLS trafficdaniel.haxx.se

2018-01-15T09:44:25Z2018-01-22T08:01:40Z

tech, open source and networking



RHL'18 in Saint-Cergue, SwitzerlandDanielPocock.com - mozilla

2018-01-15T08:02:54Z2018-01-22T09:42:50Z




The Big SUMO Report: 2017SUMO Blog

2018-01-13T19:18:01Z2018-01-13T19:18:01Z

SUpport MOzilla's official blog - rocking the helpful web since 2007!



News flash: encrypted.google.com is not special in any wayWladimir Palant's notes - mozilla - gecko - security

2018-01-13T19:01:15Z2018-01-13T19:01:15Z

Musings about extensions, security and some more






Microsoft curls toodaniel.haxx.se

2018-01-13T08:51:51Z2018-01-22T08:01:40Z

tech, open source and networking



GitHub Knowsmozilla - Bread & Circuits

2018-01-12T16:24:50Z2018-01-12T21:30:11Z

mozilla - Bread & Circuits



Not every bit of code you write needs to be optimalNot every bit of code you write needs to be optimalThundering Herd

2018-01-12T10:49:37Z2018-01-14T20:00:59Z

The more drums we have in our kit, the more jobs we can handle.






Making tab switching faster in Firefox with tab warmingMozilla – Mike Conley's Blog

2018-01-11T20:00:36Z2018-01-12T15:07:05Z

Making tab operations fast Since working on the Electrolysis team (and having transitioned to working on various performance initiatives), I’ve been working on making tab operations feel faster in Firefox. For example, I wrote a few months back about a technique we used to make tab closing faster. Today, I’m writing to talk about how […]The personal blog of a Toronto based software mechanic, musician, sound designer, and theatre enthusiast.



Announcing ESR60 with policy engineFuture Releases

2018-01-11T19:01:02Z2018-01-11T19:57:58Z

Be the first to know what's new with upcoming Firefox releases.



Reps Council at AustinMozilla Reps

2018-01-11T13:41:51Z2018-01-11T13:42:35Z

Program updates and news from the global Mozilla Reps network.



Firefox Release Management at FOSDEM 2018Release Management Blog

2018-01-11T12:00:00Z2018-01-15T17:41:41Z

Thoughts and facts on shipping quality software by the team that ships Firefox every 6 to 8 weeks



Web. Period.

2018-01-11T06:58:00Z2018-01-20T09:01:27Z

Un Glazman, un blog, un Glazblog



happy additional push day!Mozilla B-Team

2018-01-10T20:01:31Z2018-01-21T01:43:00Z

Official Blog of the team that powers https://bugzilla.mozilla.org



The Joy of Coding - Episode 125Air Mozilla

2018-01-10T18:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



Weekly SUMO Community Meeting, 10 Jan 2018Air Mozilla

2018-01-10T17:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



Turning a Corner in the New Yearjunglecode.net

2018-01-10T05:01:10Z2018-01-10T05:01:10Z




happy bmo push dayMozilla B-Team

2018-01-10T03:27:01Z2018-01-21T01:42:59Z

Official Blog of the team that powers https://bugzilla.mozilla.org






Rust in 2018Category: Mozilla | In Pursuit of Laziness

2018-01-10T00:00:00Z2018-01-18T05:42:54Z




On Keeping SecretsOn Keeping SecretsEyes Above The Waves

2018-01-09T22:37:12Z2018-01-22T09:07:48Z

Robert O'Callahan. Christian. Repatriate Kiwi. Hacker.



The internet doesn’t suckmozilla – Mark Surman

2018-01-09T19:50:35Z2018-01-09T19:50:35Z




happy bmo push dayMozilla B-Team

2018-01-09T14:56:31Z2018-01-21T01:43:00Z

Official Blog of the team that powers https://bugzilla.mozilla.org



This Week in Rust 216This Week in Rust

2018-01-09T05:00:00Z2018-01-16T05:00:00Z




Mozilla Gfx Team BlogMozilla Gfx Team Blog

2018-01-09T02:26:34Z2018-01-21T11:17:48Z







#Rust2018#Rust2018Baby Steps

2018-01-08T23:00:00Z2018-01-09T17:53:19Z




Multilingual Gecko in 2017planet.m.o – stream of bytes

2018-01-08T20:53:43Z2018-01-09T19:05:04Z

Bits and pieces on the Web Platform, Firefox, Gecko, Internationalization, Localization and open source



Mozilla Weekly Project Meeting, 08 Jan 2018Air Mozilla

2018-01-08T19:00:00Z2018-01-19T16:00:00Z

Air Mozilla is the Internet multimedia presence of Mozilla, with live and pre-recorded shows, interviews, news snippets, tutorial videos, and features about the Mozilla community.



A proof-of-concept GraphQL server framework for Rustfeatherweight musings

2018-01-08T18:02:06Z2018-01-08T18:02:19Z

I'm a research engineer at Mozilla working on Rust: the language, compiler, and tools. @nick_r_cameron






Socorro in 2017Will's blog

2018-01-08T14:00:00Z2018-01-08T18:30:51Z

Will Kahn-Greene's blog of Python, Mozilla, GNU/Linux, random content, dennis, Input, SUMO, and other projects mixed in there ad hoc, half-baked and with a twist of lemon



The Fight For Patent-Unencumbered Media Codecs Is Nearly WonThe Fight For Patent-Unencumbered Media Codecs Is Nearly WonEyes Above The Waves

2018-01-08T09:41:50Z2018-01-22T09:07:48Z

Robert O'Callahan. Christian. Repatriate Kiwi. Hacker.



A WebExtensions scratch padAndy McKay

2018-01-08T08:00:00Z2018-01-11T18:08:59Z




Actual field testing of Spectre on various Power Macs (spoiler alert: G3 and 7400 survive!)TenFourFox Development

2018-01-08T04:24:00Z2018-01-21T04:53:27Z

What's new in TenFourFox, the Mozilla browser for Power Macs.



More about Spectre and the PowerPC (or why you may want to dust that G3 off)TenFourFox Development

2018-01-08T04:07:13Z2018-01-21T04:53:27Z

What's new in TenFourFox, the Mozilla browser for Power Macs.






Rust 2018featherweight musings

2018-01-07T22:39:37Z2018-01-08T18:02:19Z

I'm a research engineer at Mozilla working on Rust: the language, compiler, and tools. @nick_r_cameron