What’s Happening with Firefox OS

This is the first of a weekly series of posts I’ll be doing to highlight the goings on in Firefox OS development. I’m going to start simple, with some recently fixed/implemented bugs/features and we’ll see where it goes from there. Bug 898354 – [User Story] Timer Notification Bug 903250 – [Gaia] Support sharing of URLs […]

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A Small Piece of Mozilla History

(This is a re-post from Facebook so that there’s a more open copy of this photo. Thanks for the suggestion, Ludovic. Both photos were taken with my Firefox OS phone and are available under the terms of the CC BY-SA 3.0 license.) I’ve been toting this around for more than a decade. The Ultra 2 […]

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Dogfooding Firefox OS

Dogfooding is a term that’s been used in software development for as long as I’ve been involved in software development. The basic idea is that if the software maker uses his own software, then he is more likely to appreciate its strengths and weaknesses (and hopefully improve on those.) For me, dogfooding is the only […]

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Firefox OS at XDA & Other Links

Today I discovered the Firefox OS community over at the XDA forums. I think Firefox OS ports to in-market devices would go a long way to increasing interest and participation in the project so this is particular exciting to me. (There are also some good discussions and links to community ports efforts on the B2G […]

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