Mozilla's new home for projects
Written by Kay Ewbank   
Monday, 22 August 2011

In order to make it easier for developers to get involved with its projects, Mozilla Labs has unveiled the beta of a new website, currently codenamed BetaFarm.

 

Mozilla Labs has launched a new version of its projects website to give developers a way to keep track of Mozilla’s many projects, and to provide ways for developers to participate in projects.

 

The new site, codenamed “BetaFarm”, a name that the blog announcement says will soon change,  is intended as a unified home for projects from Mozilla Labs and the Mozilla Foundation and is based on the same technology as Drumbeat, Mozilla’s social network.

 

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While you may only be familiar with Mozilla for its browser technology, the company has been aiming at the developer market and encouraging third-party production of add-ons and extensions for the browser.

Although the current site looks a bit empty, Mozilla Labs is asking for feedback from its project contributors. Developers are invited to sign up using their BrowserID, but the sign-up page doesn't seem to have been enabled just yet. Hopefully this will be put right soon.

 

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Visit beta.mozillalabs.com to learn more.

 

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