[SOLVED] Open Telnet/SSH from URI in firefoxview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Dear all, There is a number of mini-HowTos around which are describing how to start telnet sessions from firefox. (HowTos)

News: Firefogg: Transcoding videos to open web standards with Mozilla Firefoxview story

http://www.raiden.net – GNU/Linux has never been short of audio and video players, but they live in a world of multiple codecs, chief culprit amongst them being MP3, AAC, WMA and (Adobe) Flash. I say "culprits" because they are not free and open codecs.more ... (Distributions)

Firefox Friday Fourview story

http://www.downloadsquad.com – Filed under: Internet, Mozilla, Browsers (General)

Opera claims 10.50 to be the fastest browserview story

http://linuxers.org – Every browser claims to be the fastest these days, but Opera seems to have most of the popular browser speed tests in its favour. (General)

Unlicensed Codecs Could Expose Users to Legal Riskview story

http://www.linuxinsider.com – One of the key objections Mozilla and its supporters have had to the use of H.264 codecs for HTML5 video -- the built-in decoding system being developed for the next edition of HTML -- is that it's proprietary technology. (General)

Reminder-ng - A reminder application for GNOMEview story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

Mozilla Firefox to Drop Support of Mac OS X 10.4view story

http://www.linux.com – Open source browser says support for outdated operating system has been a hindrance, but promises users of older Mac versions will have time before they need to worry about an upgrade. (Software)

*.swf playerview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – so i am looking for a *.swf file format player, with which i could forward them. can't find anything. on windows there is KMPlayer, which is perfect. now i can launch it with mozilla only, but it isn't very convenient and i can't forward the video. (HowTos)

Next Firefox release will not work in Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger)view story

http://digitizor.com – Mozilla has decided to drop the support of Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) in future Firefox releases. This change will be introduced later this year when Firefox changes its rendering engine from Gecko 1.9.2 to Gecko 1.9.3. (HowTos)

Mozilla to drop support for OSX Tigerview story

http://mac.linux.be – Mozilla is to drop support for OSX Tiger (10.4) soon. "Mac OS X 10.4 was released in April of 2005 and a lot has changed since then," Josh Aas writes, "We would like to take advantage of more modern technologies on Mac OS X and 10.4 support has been a hindrance. Where we can work around supporting 10.4, doing so consumes valuable time and effort. (Distributions)