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November 2013

Digital religions: MozFest and the "let's make it" paradigm - Interactive Factual

by sbrothier
I think I know now why it took me three years to feel at ease at Mozfest. It is not because I am not a coder, it is because it exemplifies a paradigm shift. The fundamental attitude in an academic conference is “sit and listen”, while the one at MozFest is “move and make”. The first approach to learning is theoretical and  slow pasted – it takes a long time to un-tackle a complex concept with words – the other is quick and practical – prototype lots and a few good ideas will survive. The first is secretive and copyright based (don’t distribute the paper until it is published with your name) and the other is public and copyleft based (write the notes of the session together and them make them available to all through the web).

October 2013

Brick

by srcmax
Brick is a bundle of reusable UI components created to enable rapid development of cross-browser and mobile-friendly HTML5 web applications.

September 2013

August 2013

Mozilla Hacks

by jdrsantos
Mozilla Hacks is one of the key resources for people developing for the Open Web, talking about news and in-depth descriptions of technologies and features.

Persona - Quick Setup - Mozilla | MDN

by Krome
Adding the Persona login system to your site takes just five steps:

April 2013

Mozilla reconsidère l'adoption du format WebP

by dzc & 1 other
Initialement boudé par la fondation Mozilla, le nouveau format d'image libre WebP dévoilé par Google en 2010 pourrait faire son apparition au sein de Firefox.

Mozilla reconsidère l'adoption du format WebP

by srcmax & 1 other
Initialement boudé par la fondation Mozilla, le nouveau format d'image libre WebP dévoilé par Google en 2010 pourrait faire son apparition au sein de Firefox.

Mozilla and Samsung Collaborate on Next Generation Web Browser Engine | The Mozilla Blog

by srcmax & 1 other (via)
Mozilla’s mission is about advancing the Web as a platform for all. At Mozilla Research, we’re supporting this mission by experimenting with what’s next when it comes to the core technology powering the Web browser. We need to be prepared to take advantage of tomorrow’s faster, multi-core, heterogeneous computing architectures. That’s why we’ve recently begun collaborating with Samsung on an advanced technology Web browser engine called Servo.

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