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Telemetry Data Issues – Status and Summary

Telemetry is a data collection framework that collects real world data from Firefox. Recently Telemetry experienced some issues resulting in incomplete data being reported on the Telemetry Dashboard and Telemetry Evolution. Before I get into the details about the data … Continue reading

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Update on Multi-process Firefox (Electrolysis) Development

On Nov. 4, 2011, we held a public call to evaluate options for improving Firefox responsiveness including the multi-process Firefox initiative (code name Electrolysis, also known as e10s). The outcome of this discussion was a decision to put the Electrolysis … Continue reading

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FSOSS 2011 Wrap-up

FSOSS 2011 (Seneca College’s Free Software and Open Source Symposium) was another great example of the variety of people and projects involved in free and open source software. I was glad to see both Eclipse and Mozilla featured in talks. … Continue reading

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Mo, Mo, Mo, Movember

It’s time once again for November Movember. Movember is now an annual tradition of otherwise respectable looking (it’s a sliding scale) men making fools of themselves by growing what, in my experience, generally end up as ridiculous mustaches. Of course … Continue reading

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Lawrence is back at FSOSS

FSOSS, Seneca College’s annual Free Software and Open Source Symposium, takes place Oct. 27-29, 2011. After a couple of years hiatus, I’m back for 2011. I’ve covered a number of different topics at this event over the years. My topics … Continue reading

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