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Posts published by: Alix Franquet
Firebug 1.5 was released yesterday on addons.mozilla.org, where you can now download it. It’s compatible with the upcoming Firefox 3.6. If you’d like to take a more in-depth look at what’s new in Firebug 1.5, here’s a series of articles written by Firebug contributor Jan Odvarko.
Firefox 3.6 includes many CSS improvements. In this post we’re going to show you how to use CSS gradients. If you are running the latest beta of Firefox 3.6, you should check out our interactive demo and take a look at the corresponding code. Use the radio buttons to switch different style options on or off.
FISL took place in Porto Alegre, Brazil from June 24th through June 27th and had over 8,000 participants. It was the conference's 10th edition, but only the second year for Mozilla. For me, it was the opportunity to finally meet the community I had been working with for the past year and a half, and they were even more amazing than I expected. Thank you to everyone who participated this year, it was a fantastic experience.
We have accomplished so much in Brazil since my last update that I thought it was time to report on the latest news and activities. The community is vibrant and involved in all the current projects, and Firefox usage is increasing! Net Applications reports that market share was 38.6% in March 2009, up from 19% in November 2007 when we started increasing our activity level in Brazil.