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Mozilla Punts Firefox 3.5 Again, But Pushes 'Preview' to Beta Users

Mozilla took the unusual step late Monday of releasing an interim version of Firefox 3.5 in part because developers were unable to fix new bugs that have again delayed the official Release Candidate, according to a company executive.
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A Class on Open Source Courseware

Colleges and universities have long been proficient contributors to free and open source software projects, dating back to the early days of the Internet, so it should come as no surprise that they create open source software no meet their own operational needs.

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Go Local, Be Global: Scaling the Mozilla Localization Community

Remember that “Think Globally, Act Locally” bumper sticker you’ve seen on hybrids and VW buses? The folks over at Mozilla have really taken the message to heart, and it’s worked out quite well for them — the next version of their Firefox browser is slated to ship over 70 localizations...
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Creating Queries in OpenOffice.org Base

Queries are the database equivalent of filters in a spreadsheet. Just as a filter can limit and reorganize the information displayed in a spreadsheet, so a query limits and reorganizes the information in a database.
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Mozilla: 7-Years Old and as Idealistic as Ever

March 31, 1999, Jamie Zawinski penned the obituary for Mozilla, developer of the Firefox Web browser.
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