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Rocket - A Rust game running on WASM
After seeing the examples on hellorust.com, I thought it would be interesting to try to adapt my game Rocket to work on the browser through the wasm32-unknown-unknown target. The project was a great way to figure out how far you can go when porting a project that is a bit more complex than a hello world. I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that most of the code could be reused. Particularly, the game logic code was barely touched at all.
rust  wasm  mozilla  dev  game  gamedev 
january 2018 by deusx
Contributing to FirefoxOS Cordova initiative
This post will focus on how to get started writing the Firefox OS platform and plugins.
cordova  mobile  webdev  firefoxos  mozilla 
november 2014 by deusx
Firefox 1.0 Launch Day | Mitchell's Blog
Launch day here was quite a day, and I thought I would describe my view of it.
mozilla  launch  firefox  webdev  history 
november 2014 by deusx
Mozilla and the Future of the Open Internet | Re/code
People often ask me: Why are you still involved so deeply with Mozilla? Firefox won. Why haven’t you gone on to do something else? Does Mozilla still have work to do?
mozilla  open  internet 
november 2014 by deusx
Fxos on RaspberryPi - MozillaWiki
We are looking to demonstrate that Firefox OS can be a viable and valuable operating system for Raspberry Pi boards, and for the wide variety of use cases that are being imagined today by the Webmakers of tomorrow
firefox  mozilla  firefoxos  raspi  raspberrypi 
october 2014 by deusx
A ready-to-use virtual build environment for Firefox - Tim Taubert
If you ever wondered what contributing to Firefox feels like but you never had the time to read and follow through our instructions to setup a build environment or wanted to avoid screwing around with your precious system then this might be for you.
mozilla  firefox  to:twitter 
september 2014 by deusx
Flashing Firefox OS on Flame Reference Devices
If you have a Flame reference device and wanna try out alternate versions of Firefox OS apart from the stock one, but not willing to build from source, then follow this mini-manual.
mozilla  firefoxos  flame 
july 2014 by deusx
Mozilla WebDev
Kind of a web quine of the firefox logo
firefox  webdev  mozilla 
july 2014 by deusx
Mozilla under fire: Inside the 9-day reign of fallen CEO Brendan Eich - CNET
The co-founder's high-profile exit from the maker of Firefox wasn't just about his gay marriage stance. Insiders describe a revered technologist with management issues -- and a reluctant board.
mozilla  brendaneich  politics 
june 2014 by deusx
Farewell to Tinderbox, the world’s 1st? 2nd? Continuous Integration server
In April 1997, Netscape ReleaseEngineers wrote, and started running, the world’s first? second? continuous integration server. Now, just over 17 years later, in May 2014, the tinderbox server was finally turned off. Permanently.
ci  netscape  mozilla  history  tinderbox  to:twitter 
june 2014 by deusx
JavaScript documentation clean-up and MDN redesign history
How did MDN grow up? Let's take an example JS reference page and have a look at what has happened over the years.
mdn  docs  mozilla 
january 2014 by deusx
Updating and Tweaking your Firefox OS Developer Preview phone/Geeksphone ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
In this post we will cover some basic tips on how to keep your phone up to date and how to tweak the system Gaia applications.
gaia  firefoxos  mozilla  hacking  mobile 
october 2013 by deusx
Did You Know that Mozilla is Hijacking the Internet? - Open Enterprise
the IAB is back with a new assault in the form of a full-page ad placed in Advertising Age (and also available online for your delectation [.pdf]) that is bigger, better - and barmier.
to:fb  mozilla  advertising  cookies  iab 
august 2013 by deusx
Toolness » Blog Archive » A HTML Microformat for Open Badges
But what if a badge were just a Web page, formatted in a consistent way that made it easy for machines to read? What if issuing a badge was as easy as filling out a form, copying out a resulting HTML snippet and pasting it into your blog or website?
badges  obi  mozilla  microformats  webdev 
august 2013 by deusx
Persona and Surveillance - Identity at Mozilla
It’s also worth pointing out that we do take certain technical measures to limit the data we collect. We’ve designed Persona so that the identity provider – including the fallback Identity Provider that we run – does not learn your browsing history. We consider that a good security practice, not specifically because of surveillance, but generally because collecting data without a user benefit just creates risk.
persona  to:fb  security  privacy  web  webdev  mozilla 
june 2013 by deusx
Proposal: LDAP password resets as a unit of measure - Will's blog
The 3 month LDAP password reset is such a large part of our lives that I propose it become a standard unit of measure for elapsed time.
mozilla  ldap  passwords  security  to:fb 
may 2013 by deusx
Ode to James Socol | morgamic.com
James Socol is a force of good. He can usually be found getting shit done and pushing forward every day. I’ve worked with James for about four years as his manager. He possesses both sound principles and a wicked work ethic. He was reliable and never said, “that’s not my job.” He’s the kind of guy you want on your side.
to:fb  mozilla  jsocol 
may 2013 by deusx
Ambient Light Events and JavaScript detection ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
The idea with an API for ambient light is to be able to detect the light level around the device – especially since there’s a vast difference between being outside in sunlight and sitting in a dim living room – and adapt the user experience based on that.
mobile  webdev  webapi  light  mozilla 
april 2013 by deusx
Celebrating 15 Years of a Better Web | Mitchell's Blog
In the coming era both the opportunities and threats to the Web are just as big as they were 15 years ago. As the role of data grows and device capabilities expand, the Internet will become an even more central part of our lives. The need for individuals to have some control over how this works and what we experience is fundamental. Mozilla can — and must — play a key role again. We have the vision, the products and the technology to do this. We know how to enable people to participate, both by contributing to our specific activities and coming up with their own ideas that advance the bigger cause of enriching the Web.
mozilla  to:fb  web  open 
april 2013 by deusx
my personal noise, 7 years @ Mozilla
I’m going to go and work with people who make Mozilla not just a job, who have made this my home for 7 years, and who are as passionate about Mozilla & the Open Web as I am.
mozilla  webdev  mrz  job  life  career 
march 2013 by deusx
Horseplay « meandering wildly
So last week we bought them their own horse head. And yesterday mconley delivered it to their office. They invited him in. They brought the box over to the window where we could see. They gathered around their window and we gathered around ours. And when they opened it and realised what it was they actually jumped up and down, and applauded, and mouthed “thank you” through the window at us.
mozilla  world  horseheads  canada 
march 2013 by deusx
MWC 2013, Firefox OS, and More Web API Evolution | Brendan Eich
The missing APIs must be added to the web platform in order to enable the billions of new mobile users who will be coming online in the next few years to have affordable web-based phones, tablets, and apps. Emerging market consumers and developers generally cannot afford increasingly higher-end, native-app-advantaged smartphones from the two bigs.
firefoxos  mobile  web  openwebapps  apps  mozilla  to:fb 
march 2013 by deusx
Why Mozilla Matters | Brendan Eich
This is an extended essay on the news out of Norway yesterday. See the closing for encouragement toward Opera and its fans, whatever the open source projects they choose to join, from me on behalf of Mozilla.
mozilla  opera  webkit  gecko  webdev  browsers  firefox  opensource 
february 2013 by deusx
Index of /b2g/latest
Nightly builds of dev phone firmware, password protected
firefoxos  b2g  mozilla 
november 2012 by deusx
mozilla-b2g/B2G
Boot to Gecko aims to create a complete, standalone operating system for the open web. — Read more
b2g  gaia  mozilla  firefoxos 
november 2012 by deusx
pyx: Getting Started Developing for Firefox OS Screencasts
As we are ramping up newer developers to help with the project, we need clear documentation of the development process. The Gaia/Hacking page is the canonical reference for how to do absolutely everything, but it's overwhelming. To help with this, I made a series of 5 screencasts that cover the basics of using b2g desktop nightly builds, remote debugging with b2g desktop, hacking on gaia itself in b2g desktop, flashing a phone with gaia changes, and what to do if Firefox OS asks you to choose from two homescreens or if remote debugging does not show your source for your app.
b2g  screencasts  webdev  mozilla  gaia  firefoxos 
november 2012 by deusx
How Mozilla Was Born
The story of the first mascot on the Internet
mozilla  mascots  internet  web  history  to:fb  design 
october 2012 by deusx
Firefox's birthday present to us: Teaching tech titans about DIY upstarts • The Register
Given technology's focus on the latest and greatest, it's easy to forget that much of this "latest and greatest" wouldn't even be possible without the work Mozilla did for years with Firefox. Or that dominating the browser market was never Mozilla's aim with Firefox.

Quixotic as it may sound, the purpose of Firefox was always to spread Web freedom.
firefox  mozilla  future  past  tech  to:fb 
september 2012 by deusx
780100 – link not working
kg u uirg uis ui
... the hell...?
thehell  bugs  mozilla  sheppy 
august 2012 by deusx
Mozilla Thimble
Thimble makes it ridiculously simple to create your own web pages. Write and edit HTML and CSS right in your browser. Instantly preview your work. Then host and share your finished pages with a single click. Easy, huh?
webdev  mozilla 
july 2012 by deusx
Cheevos for Firefox :: Add-ons for Firefox
Cheevos for Firefox is an addon for Firefox that makes learning about different parts of the browser fun, as well as giving you the opportunity to brag to your friends about your pro-level web surfing.
addons  mozilla  achievements  badges 
may 2012 by deusx
Mark Finkle’s Weblog » Firefox for Android: Where’s the Error Console?
The new native Android UI version of Firefox does not ship with a dedicated Error Console. Instead, all console messages are redirected to the Android system log – also known as logcat. If you have the Android SDK installed, you already have a way to view the logcat:
firefox  mozilla  android  logging  webdev 
may 2012 by deusx
recruiter recruiter template — Gist
Hi!

I'm not currently looking for a job as I'm pretty happy at my current job.

However Mozilla is looking for a recruiting manager in Mountain View. Mozilla also has deep ties in the open source communities and it sounds like it might be an interesting fit for you. <OPTIONAL-ADDITIONAL-TEXT>

If you're interested in applying, check out our careers link:

http://careers.mozilla.org/en-US/position/ojYkWfwh

Looking forward to hearing from you!

<SIGNATURE>
nifty  mozilla  recruiting  recruiters 
may 2012 by deusx
Localization — Kitsune master documentation
Making strings in templates localizable is exceptionally easy. Making strings in Python localizable is a little more complicated. The short answer, though, is just wrap the string in _().
l10n  python  django  kitsune  mozilla  kuma 
april 2012 by deusx
SUMO and migrating large amounts of data
Data migration is a complicated problem. It’s one of those things nobody wants to do, because it’s mostly tedious, not engaging, and also important to get right. Often times you have to compromise. I’ll talk a bit about the history of SUMO’s data, decisions the product and development team have made regarding its migration, and things I’ve learned from the experience.
webdev  mozilla  migration  data  sumo 
april 2012 by deusx
Boot to Gecko - Josh Carpenter
It's official: Mozilla is creating an an Open Web platform for mobile. Built of the web, enabling powerful new functionality, and completely open. It's very exciting stuff!
mobile  mozilla  b2g  to:fb  firefoxos 
february 2012 by deusx
Mozilla developing Web push notification system for Firefox
Mozilla is developing a push notification system for the Firefox Web browser. It will allow users to receive notifications from websites without having to keep those sites open in their browser. The system will also be able to relay push notifications to mobile devices.
mozilla  firefox  notifications  webdev  mobile  javascript 
february 2012 by deusx
Introducing Push Notifications
Push notifications are a way for websites to send small messages to users when the user is not on the site. iOS and Android devices already support their own push notification services, but we want to make notifications available to the whole web. We’re making prototypes and designing the API right now and want to share our progress.
notifications  firefox  mozilla  development  javascript  webdev 
february 2012 by deusx
You knew the old Mozilla, meet the new Mozilla – david ascher
While that fight is far from over, we’re now at a distinct point in the evolution of the web, and Mozilla has appropriately looked around, and broadened its reach. In particular, the browser isn’t the only strategic front in the struggle to promote and maintain people’s sovereignty over their online lives. There are now at least three other fronts where Mozilla is making significant investments of time, energy, passion, sweat & tears. They’re still in their infancy, but they’re important to understand if you want to understand Mozilla:
mozilla  open  web  future 
december 2011 by deusx
708338 – Mozilla developers are fucking bastards
Firefox developers like kicking puppies and raping kittens.
funny  bugs  mozilla 
december 2011 by deusx
Donate Now | The Mozilla Story | The Mozilla Story
We believe the Web is a place where anyone can come to build their dreams.

Watch the video and learn how a small group of people dedicated to making the Web a safe, open and accessible tool for communication, collaboration and community came together to create Mozilla – and how that work continues today
mozilla  story  donate  nifty 
december 2011 by deusx
Mozilla’s WebAPI for Firefox takes shape, porn sites quiver in anticipation | ExtremeTech
The first fruits of Mozilla’s attempt to make a Chrome OS-like Firefox operating system — Boot 2 Gecko — are now beginning to take shape in the Nightly builds of Firefox for Android. Dubbed “WebAPI,” these recent additions allow Firefox to access an Android device’s hardware through a JavaScript API. As of the latest Nightly, Firefox 11 for Android can now read the battery state, capture images from the camera, send SMSes, and trigger the vibrator motor.
mobile  webapi  webdev  firefox  mozilla 
november 2011 by deusx
Digital Badges May Highlight Job Seekers’ Skills - NYTimes.com
“What people are learning in school is often not connected to the world of work,” she said. “Badges can fill that gap. They can be a kind of glue to connect informal and formal learning in and out of school.” If valued, they might also inspire students to accomplish new tasks.
badges  learning  work  mozilla 
november 2011 by deusx
Solving Firefox’s add-on compatibility problem « Blair’s Brain
This makes me sad. And it's a problem that's been magnified by the switch to rapid release. One of the strengths of Firefox is it's rich selection of add-ons. In fact, 85% of Firefox users have chosen to install an add-on. On average, those users have 5 add-ons installed. Firefox users really love their add-ons. So it's not surprising that they get frustrated when one of their favorite add-ons gets disabled because it's not marked as being compatible with the new Firefox update they just installed.

So I started working on a project to fix it. The end result will be that most add-ons will automatically be compatible with Firefox, starting with (hopefully) Firefox 10.
firefox  mozilla  addons  rapidrelease 
november 2011 by deusx
Updated: Hollywood and Congress Target Mozilla - ReadWriteCloud
The bill is, by nearly any sane measure, overreaching and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) says that the bill targets Mozilla specifically for refusing to comply with Homeland Security's ICE unit.
mozilla  internet  sopa  law  copyfight  hollywood 
november 2011 by deusx
Hollywood's New War on Software Freedom and Internet Innovation | Electronic Frontier Foundation
In this new bill, Hollywood has expanded its censorship ambitions. No longer content to just blacklist entries in the Domain Name System, this version targets software developers and distributors as well. It allows the Attorney General (doing Hollywood or trademark holders' bidding) to go after more or less anyone who provides or offers a product or service that could be used to get around DNS blacklisting orders. This language is clearly aimed at Mozilla, which took a principled stand in refusing to assist the Department of Homeland Security's efforts to censor the domain name system, but we are also concerned that it could affect the open source community, internet innovation, and software freedom more broadly:
mozilla  internet  copyfight  sopa  law  hollywood  government 
november 2011 by deusx
Native UI for Firefox on Android | lucasr.org
It’s been a month since Johnathan publicly announced the native UI for Firefox on Android. So it’s probably a good time to give everyone a quick status update. In case you haven’t heard about it yet, we are re-implementing Fennec’s UI using Android’s native platform to be able to deliver a much better performance and UX to our users on Android devices.
mozilla  firefox  android  native 
november 2011 by deusx
Make Firefox Start Quicker by Only Loading Tabs as You Use Them
If Firefox is a bit slow to start up because of all your open tabs, you can turn on a quick setting in Firefox 8 to only load tabs one at a time, when you click on them.
mozilla  firefox  tips 
november 2011 by deusx
Why we won’t enable DNT by default | Mozilla Privacy Blog
Mozilla’s mission is to give users this choice and control over their browsing experience. We won’t turn on Do Not Track by default because then it would be Mozilla making the choice, not the individual. Since this is a choice for the user to make, we cannot send the signal automatically but will empower them with the tools they need to do it.
mozilla  dnt  privacy  tech 
november 2011 by deusx
Twitter / mozmrz: Now testing #airmozilla wi ...
@mozmrz: Now testing #airmozilla with webm/ogg @ http://t.co/TQ9zHblq (the capture encoder keeps falling over & h.264 isn't working).
twitter  airmozilla  webdev  media  mozilla  nifty 
november 2011 by deusx
Wearing my manliest Firefox shirt for #mozfest | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Favorite: Wearing my manliest Firefox shirt for #mozfest, by codepo8
flickr  to:tumblr  firefox  mozilla 
november 2011 by deusx
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