« Home | Why Women Flock to Rock Stars? » | Typosquatters Beware! » | Alternative Stem Cell Procedure » | Firefox on Microsoft Vista » | More on the AOL Privacy Leak » | Fields Medal Refused » | AOL Humbled » | Perpetual Motion Again » | Viruses are Safe to Eat » | Jellyfish Injections? »

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Mozilla accepts the Olive Branch

Well, it's official now. Mozilla is going to Redmond to work on porting Firefox over to Windows Vista. A new feature in Vista called the Default Program infrastructure allows a user to set default programs to use for certain functions like browsing or playing videos, and Mozilla needs to make sure that Firefox will work well in it. But there are still issues. Mozilla spokesman Mike Beltzner blogged that "Something like a checklist of the most common OS integration points that have changed from Windows XP would be extremely useful" and should be "accessible to organisations that can't afford to send people to Redmond."


Send to a Friend!       Subscribe!      

    Stumble Upon Toolbar    

Comment Archive

Reader Comments:

Previous Posts

« Home