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Independent Status Reports (30 May, 2004)
By Brian King

Included now in the reports is information on what Mozilla Application (Mozilla, Firefox, Thunderbird ...) the extension runs on, and what platforms it runs on. This should increase the value to readers and potential users who now don't need to go looking for this information.
The Mozilla Links Newsletter is now moving to a monthly publication, so you will probably only be seeing Status Reports at the same frequency.
Enjoy this latest set!

Note: If anyone has an update that they would like included in the next report, go here, or have any feedback on the structure of the reports in general, feel free to contact us.

Previous Reports

Checky - v2.1

(Resource Validation and Analysis Extension for Mozilla and Firefox)

For: Firefox and Mozilla

Platform: All

Easy to use Interface to many different free and commercial Online Validation and Analysis Services.

Features

MozillaBook - v 0.2.1

(A Users Guide for Mozilla)

For: Mozilla and Mozilla-derived projects

Platform: n/a

After a long hiatus while in school, I got tired of studying for finals, and made some edits:

Changes from previous

Please get in touch if you have suggestions or find problems

Mozilla Archive Format - v0.2.18

(Save complete web pages in a single archive)

For: Firefox

Platform: Windows, Linux

In this release several features have been added.

Future plans include optimizing the MHT decoding, the ability to refresh archive contents, saving non-html content to an archive, URL rewriting for links to pages in archives and saving additional meta-data such as page history, text zoom and scroll position.

Notable Highlights

Enigmail - v0.84.0

(OpenPGP encryption for emails)

For: Mozilla and Thunderbird

Platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, Solaris, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD

Enigmail 0.84.0 for Thunderbird 0.6 and Mozilla 1.7 was released on May 7.

Highlights

MozManual - Final 1.0, Web Version 0.7, Dutch Version 0.5

(Introduction to Mozilla - A Manual for First Time Users; a brief overview and feature guide).

For: Mozilla

Platform: Windows, Linux, Mac OSX

Notable Highlights

Mozilla-Delphi Project

(Resources for working with Mozilla technologies in Borland Delphi and Kylix)

For: n/a

Platform: Windows, Linux

A new release of the JavaScript Bridge classes is ready. FreePascal compatibility is progressing, Unicode is now fully supported and several bug fixes have been submitted by bridge users. Many thanks to those participating in the mailing list. Please continue to report bugs via the mailing list!

The GeckoBrowser framework code has been updated for Mozilla ActiveX Control v1.7t1 (beta). The accompanying articles will be updated soon.

Highlights

wmlbrowser 0.6.2

(Display WML — Wireless Markup Language — content in Mozilla)

For: Mozilla, Firefox

Platform: All

Version 0.6.2 of wmlbrowser is released. This fixes lots of bugs with form submission, and, behind the scenes, adds compatibility with Mozilla 1.8 alpha, and the new extension mechanism in the Firefox nightly builds leading up to 0.9.

It would be great to hear from anyone who feels they could design an icon for wmlbrowser.

Firefox Help - v1.1

(Mozilla Help Viewer for Firefox)

For: Firefox, Thunderbird

Platform: All

Firefox Help project has gone through a lot of improvements and organization changes.

The Firefox Web site has moved to mozilla.org, where information will be held from now on. We also posted some new documentation, such as a new Help Viewer style guide.

Help Viewer developer meeting was held, which Firefox Help was a main topic discussed. You can find information about the topics and decisions made by the meeting by seeing the Meeting Summary

The Firefox Development team would like to announce a new member, Jeff Walden to the team. Jeff has done HUGE product tweaks and enhancements and we are happy to see him on the team!

Firefox Help 1.1 has been released and checked into the latest Firefox nightly builds. This new version contains the following improvements:

Some new features currently planned for Firefox Help 2.0:

Most of these enhancements are already implemented and are available in the latest Firefox Help CVS source code.

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