Monthly Archives: January 2009

Seven things you may or may not know about me

Wow! I have the distinct honour of being the only one tagged by my new colleague on the Mozilla QA team: Henrik Skupin. I was also tagged by Steve Lee, and he came first! The rules Link back to your … Continue reading

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New feature: Nesting level and position information for HTML lists

The new year has just begun, and we’re already speeding ahead with new features in Firefox trunk nightlies, AKA version 3.2a1pre. These features won’t see inclusion in Firefox 3.1, but are already the next generation features. The feature I’m going … Continue reading

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NV Access published their progress on the Mozilla Foundation grant

The new year starts out with a bang! NV Access, the makers of theNVDA, a free, open-source screen reader for Windows, have published their progress report on the current Mozilla Foundation grant. The grant goals were laid out for a … Continue reading

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