Robert Kairo just announced a bug bounty program for SeaMonkey. The largest bounty is $1000 and the total for the bugs in the program is currently at $2700. Check the site for more information if you’re interested. This is similar to bounty program Mark Shuttleworth did a few years ago. The Mozilla Security Bug Bounty […]
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I believe enough is said. I’m not particularly fond of the name change, though I guess it was necessary. After a stream of good press for “Firebird”, this will be a step back, but hopefully 2 steps forward for every 1 step back. New logo is spiffy. Would be nice to see them link back […]
Mozilla 1.5RC2 is out. Download NOW! Fixes that bug that’s really been bothering me. Hopefully I won’t see it again, and can verify that fix. I’m going to give it until Monday afternoon. If I don’t see anything, that means it’s most likely resolved, as I typically get it once a day. Mozilla’s getting better […]
Many are aware that Mozilla 1.4.1 will ship hopefully soon. Asa was kind enough to email me a “by no means perfect” Bugzilla List of what’s been fixed/changed. Shows Mozilla progresses quickly.
As originally posted on Mozillazine (though disappeared). Not sure if it’s real, or if it’s a April Fools Hoax… anyway, here it is: The Announcement PROVISIONAL HEADLINE: Major Roadmap Update Centres Around Phoenix, Thunderbird; 1.4 Branch to Replace 1.0; Changes Planned for Module Ownership Model LEAD-IN: In the most radical change to the Mozilla project […]