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Mozilla Hispano Labs Blog Coordination

All of us Spanish-speaking Mozillians need to take two roles: one with our local community and one with Mozilla Hispano. Mozilla Hispano is a meta-community that allow us to share a whole bunch of knowledge and experience in our first language, which is pretty unique within the Mozilla world. So, while I help out with […]

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Coordinación del blog de Mozilla Hispano Labs

Todos los voluntarios de Mozilla que hablamos español debemos cumplir dos roles: uno con nuestra comunidad local, y otro con Mozilla Hispano. Mozilla Hispano es una comunidad de comunidades, que nos permite compartir muchísimo conocimiento y experiencia en nuestra primera lengua, lo cual es bastante único en la comunidad Mozilla. Mientras colaboro con eventos locales […]

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Software Freedom Day 2013 – Costa Rica

Today we’re at the Sede Interuniversitaria, Alajuela, celebrating Software Freedom Day. The event is organized by the Costa Rican Free Software Network. We held a Firefox OS App Development workshop earlier today, which was very well received. We had a full lab with over 20 participants. Due to the great response, we’re running another workshop […]

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Día de la Libertad del Software 2013

Para celebrar el Día de la Libertad del Software estamos hoy en la Sede Interuniversitaria de Alajuela. El evento fue organizado por la Red Costarricense de Software Libre. Acabamos de salir del taller de Desarrollo de Apps para Firefox OS, el cual tuvo excelente asistencia (se llenó, alrededor de 20 participantes). Debido a la buena […]

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Make your add-on support Android in 4 easy steps

As you may know by now, we’re running an add-on developer contest called Amp Your Firefox. We’re very excited about it and there are various categories you can compete in, but we especially care about the mobile categories. We want to grow our collection of add-ons for Android, so that Android users can enjoy the […]

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Fire.fm – present and future

The Fire.fm extension is more than four years old today. I created it with coworker Jose Enrique Bolaños to submit it to the Extend Firefox competition. It was a great product, if I can say so myself. It won the Best Music add-on prize and garnered a great deal of users and good reviews at […]

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Extending the New Developer Toolbar

Firefox 16 will be released in a couple of days. Among its many improvements, there’s the new Developer Toolbar. This toolbar is essentially a command line that allows you to execute commands on the developer tools, like inspecting elements, starting up the debugger and generating screenshots from web content. This feature is designed to be […]

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Software Freedom Day 2012 @ Costa Rica

Last Friday we had our first Mozilla community activity in Costa Rica. The event was Software Freedom Day, celebrated a week late over here because it coincides with our national independence festivities (the evening of September 14th and all of September 15th). The event was hosted by PROTEA and the Free Software Community at Universidad […]

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Signing XPI files (using python and m2crypto) on (Mountain) Lion

I want to call out this post by the Appcoast folks: Signing XPI files (using python and m2crypto) on (Mountain) Lion. They contacted me recently because they were having some problems with the old way of signing XPIs, and I pointed them to Wladimir’s post in the AdBlock Plus blog. Their post just elaborates their […]

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Should we fix Personas?

This post is about Personas, also known as lightweight themes, not Browser ID, now known as Persona (naming is fun!). Also, these are just my thoughts, not an official position of Mozilla or the Add-ons Team. I think we skipped a step when we graduated Personas from Mozilla Labs and implemented them as a Firefox […]

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