Archive for May 2007

Raising the Bar on Linux

I’ve been having discussions with various Linux distro vendors around updating our runtime requirements to newer/more stable versions.  We have been building binaries that work across a large range of runtimes and with a fairly aggressive backwards compatibility story.  We were still working with Red Hat 8.2 until sometime after Gecko 1.8, IIRC.  However, this […]

Firefox and Linux redux (and OpenBSD)

Part of the behind-the-scenes stuff that people don’t see is the coordination that goes on as part of our trademark approval process.  Red Hat and Novell have been working closely with us for quite some time, but other distros have not been as involved.  I was very fortunate to work with Alexander Sack of Ubuntu […]