The third Firefox 3 Release Candidate is now released and available for download. It contains a single change for Mac OS X users only; there is no change for users running previous Firefox Release Candidate versions on Windows or Linux.
Also, Firefox 3 Final will be released on Tuesday, June 17th.
Few days ago Asa Dotzler posted about responsible Firefox logo usage and asked to spread a word. That’s what we are doing. As he says:
Just about every day I run across someone using Firefox’s ancient, pre-1.0 logo. To most people it won’t be obvious or it won’t seem like a big deal, but it’s a real peeve of mine… Here’s a picture of two logos compared: Continue Reading
Have you ever wanted to know more about the upcoming Firefox 3 features? Maybe see those features in live action instead of checking dozes of screenshots?
Well, Mike Beltzner created a great video presentation which will probably answer to all your questions and explain everything you ever wanted to know about them. Worth a watch.
Here’s a list of Mozilla T-Shirts which was posted by John Slater. From very old ones like “Firefox 1.0” to “Mozilla 10 Years” and more.
Earlier today Firefox 3 Release Candidate 2 (RC2) was released. The following build continues polishing Firefox, fixes some (but not all) of a well know issues which were reported with the RC1 release. By checking “Known Issues” article in “Firefox 3 (Release Candidate 2) Release Notes” page, you can see that they still got some work to do before making it “Final”.
Yet again we have new web browsers market share data report.
Internet Explorer continues losing its market share. This time it lost more than 1%, from 74.83% to 73.75% (1.08% decrease).
With the Firefox 3 RC release, Firefox managed to increase its market share by 0.65%, from 17.76% to 18.41%. Continue Reading
Few days ago PC World revealed its “The 100 Best Products of 2008” list. The social web browser Flock was voted in the highest position among any other web browsers. It took a solid 6th place. Mozilla Firefox 3 was in the 21st place followed by Apple Safari which was in the 22nd. Hulu (online video service) was voted as #1.
Guys from Spread Firefox with all your help will be trying to set a new Guinness world record for the most software downloaded in 24 hours period. As this is a first attempt (this record doesn’t exist in a Guinness book yet), they will try to reach the highest number possible.
How can you join? Continue Reading
Some time ago Damien Virulhapan from GadgetZone.com.au sent me an email with the link to article called “Group Test: Firefox 3 vs IE 7 vs Safari 3.1“. Feel free to check it.
I don’t know why Opera wasn’t tested, haven’t got any reply since then.