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Mozilla: Surveys, WebRender, Firefox 61, Response to EFail/EFFail

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  • What’s Your Open Source Strategy? Here Are 10 Answers…

    Mozilla is a radically open and participatory project. As part of the research we compiled into turning openness into a consistent competitive advantage, we identified that the application of open practices should always be paired with well-researched strategic intent. Without clarity of purpose, organizations will not (and nor should they) maintain long-term commitment to working with community. Indeed, we were not the first to observe this.

  • curl user survey 2018

    The curl user survey 2018 is up. If you ever use curl or libcurl, please donate some of your precious time and provide your answers!

    The curl user survey is an annual tradition since 2014 and it is one of our primary ways to get direct feedback from a larger audience about what's good, what's bad and what to focus on next in the curl project. Your input really helps us!

  • WebRender newsletter #19

    I skipped a newsletter again (I’m trying to put publish one every two weeks or so), sorry! As usual a lot of fixes and a few performance improvement, and sometimes both the same time. For example the changes around image and gradient repetition were primarily motivated by bugs we were encountering when dealing with repeated backgrounds containing very large amounts of repetitions, and we decided to solve these issues by moving all images to the “brush” infrastructure (bringing better batching, faster fragment shader and the ability to move more pixels out of the alpha pass), and optimize the common cases by letting the CPU generate a single primitive that is repeated in the shader. I don’t always properly highlight fixes that benefit performance but they are here.

  • GSConnect, Mozilla Firefox 61, Scientific Linux 7.5, GNOME and Nautilus

    The Mozilla team has been hard at work to address all of the known problems plaguing their bookmark sync functionality. A new engine has been developed to address these issues which landed in the latest Nightly build.

  • Cameron Kaiser: Secure mail on Power Macs is not a good idea

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