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April 2013

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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Manipulating video using canvas | Mozilla Developer Network

by srcmax
By combining the capabilities of the video element with a canvas, you can manipulate video data in real time to incorporate a variety of visual effects to the video being displayed. This article, adapted from this blog post by Paul Rouget, demonstrates how to perform chroma-keying (also known as the "green screen effect") using JavaScript code.

July 2012

Mozilla Belgium - Google+ La réponse de Ludovic Hirlimann aux nombreuses réactions à propos du futur de Thunderbird

by Monique

Ludovic ne voit pas la fin de Thunderbird dans cette annonce, mais plutôt l'occasion d'une réflexion sur une nouvelle manière de soutenir le logiciel.

Et il en profite pour lancer un appel à contribution

Thunderbird: Stability and Community Innovation | Mitchell's Blog

by Monique & 1 other
Mitchell Baker:

We’ve asked the question about Thunderbird and ongoing innovation a number of times. We’ve tried for years to build Thunderbird as a highly innovative offering, where it plays a role in moving modern Internet messaging to a more open, innovative space, and where there is a growing, more active contributor base. To date, we haven’t achieved this.

June 2012

Mozilla invente le premier smartphone qui ne vous piste pas - Challenges.fr

by Monique & 1 other

La firme s'attaque désormais aux smartphones. Tristan Nitot, fondateur de Mozilla Europe, en a assez de se faire pister partout en utilisant son téléphone. C'est pourquoi la fondation développe un appareil "technologiquement transparent", dont les données ne peuvent pas être enregistrées et utilisées à notre insu et sur lequel l'utilisateur aura davantage de contrôle.