If you're looking to engage and help steer Firefox, then Mozilla Connect is the place to go!
I suspect you have a _much_ higher likelihood of being heard here than on Reddit, Twitter, tech news site comments, some random phpbb forum on the web, etc.
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@Haydar habe keine Ahnung von Marketing, bin nerd. Aber es stimmt, insbesondere wenn die Entscheider von jeglichen technischen Details entkoppelt sind. Genau für sowas braucht ein Unternehmen dann "principal engineers" o.ä.
@Haydar Fakten? Benchmarks? Das Internet hört hair auf den lautesten. Wenn eine Firma endlos "developer advocates“ losschickt, ist es halt schwierig. Dann brauchen die Fakten eben auch Multiplikatoren, reposts, retweets, im besten Fall wird es in link aggregatoren, tech news aufgegriffen.
My partner and I are supposed to move to Ireland, from the USA, in a month. Still haven't found any housing. Gah!
Anyone know anyone who may be able to help us out? We're both artists/academics, and my partner has a job already at UCD in Dublin. We just need a place to land, even if its temporary. House sitting, apartment, house rental, private rooms, we're open to anything within 1 hour commute to Dublin via public transit.
If you know anyone who could help we would greatly appreciate it! We're almost in despair-mode 😅
I don't have a lot of followers on here, but feel free to boost this post if you're comfortable doing that!
The traditional cake giftings between browser vendors continues!
“There’s a long tradition of sending cakes for major browser releases. This time, it’s a release into the great beyond.” - @email@example.com
The wait is over! Read all about our plans for Thunderbird on Android... and please join us in welcoming @k9mail to the Thunderbird family.
I work at a ccTLD (.IS), and lately we are seeing a *lot* of new accounts immediately registering multiple domains that all had been registered in the past. I suspect we're not the only ccTLD that sees this.
We know of at least two instances of this being used to take over social media accounts that had e-mails in expired domains set as backup e-mail addresses.
This seems to be organized and well-resourced.
Please double-check you don't use e-mails in any expired domains anywhere.
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