Monthly Archives: October 2008

Close encounters of the Moz kind people

I am back from two very nice days for Barcelona Mozilla Europe Camp. Many thanks to Pascal, Paul, William and Delphine, to the nice people at the Citilab and all who contributed to this great meeting… To put it short, … Continue reading

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WTS & Version Control

After a long time I have some news for the WTS. The next WTS will have a version control system. Because I know that you’re curious here are some screenshots from the new system:

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Is localized software really ‘language’ compliant?

When users read ‘software localized’ they immediately realize that software messages are written in their own language but when developers read the same phrase they should immediately realize that software must fit specific languages rules and character sets. The difference … Continue reading

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Firebug extension needs more…

What is the Firebug extension? It is a smart and powerful Web Development tool. You can edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page. Sure it is mainly a geek-oriented tool 😉 Grab it on … Continue reading

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