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Early buzz Buzz surrounding rumors of early access to the final version of Firefox 2 via an FTP to a Mozilla directory link went round the Internet on Monday and Tuesday, as fans and bloggers hoped to get an early look at the free software.

Mozilla earlier asked people not to attempt to download the update from a direct file link, saying that it would not guarantee "that any set of files currently found within its Web site or elsewhere will be the final release.

Mozilla asked that users be kind to the people who donated servers for the launch and wait until the release Tuesday afternoon.

We are very flattered that people are so excited about Firefox 2, but we don't want to crash machines," Beltzner said. I think we aspiring Librarians know that we are often better than Google, but it is nice to be publicly appreciated.

Most reliable search tool could be your librarian. Using the keywords "Martin Luther King," the first result on Google and AOL--whose search is powered by Google--and the second result on Microsoft Windows Live search is a Web site created by a white supremacists group that purports to provide "a true historical examination" of the civil rights leader.

Granted, there are sponsored links above the result on all three sites and a "snapshot" of links to related content on AOL above the link on that Web site.

But given that many people rely on the information they get in the top few results, someone could come away with a skewed perception of the man.

That's where librarians come in. While the Web is good for offering quick results from a broad range of sources, which may or may not be trustworthy, librarians can help people get access to more authoritative information and go deeper with their research.

How do you then sort through those to find the ones that are verifiable information, authentic and not someone's personal opinion?

Most people don't bother to look at results past the first page or spend much time evaluating the source of the material, experts say.

People find information online and don't question whether it's valid or not," said Chris Sherman, executive editor of industry blog site SearchEngineWatch.

They are trained to evaluate the quality of the information. At Google, a Web site's ranking is determined by computer algorithms using thousands of factors to calculate a page's relevance to any given query, a company representative said.

The company can't tweak the results because of that automation and the need to maintain the integrity of the results, she said.

These two factors contribute to its ranking," the representative wrote in an e-mail. The results on Microsoft's search engine are "not an endorsement, in any way, of the viewpoints held by the owners of that content, said Justin Osmer, senior product manager for Windows Live Search.

Search engines have added tools, like the ability to refine the search by date and source, and some offer suggestions for narrowing the search or offer shortcuts to more popular content.

Windows Live Search also allows users to create macros to do automated searches on their favorite Web sites. But many people either don't know about those tools or know how to use them to improve their queries.

Search engines say the situation isn't so dire. The general public is getting more sophisticated in its search skills, said Tim Mayer, senior director of product management on Yahoo's search team.

However, without some universal agreement on categorizing content, Web searches will always be lacking, some experts say.

It's such a mess," said Jason Strauss, head librarian at the Wright Institute, a graduate school of psychology in Berkeley, Calif.

They usually have higher-quality information. In addition, search engines also are only offering up a fraction of all the information out there.

There is still the relatively untapped so-called "deep Web" of information behind corporate firewalls and password-protected Web sites.

To get to the information, people have to know where the sites are and often have to pay to subscribe. One such popular site is LexisNexis , which lets users search more than 36, news and public record sites, and other sources.

Another is WestLaw , which provides access to legal records. The definitive index and abstract database for psychology academics is PsycInfo , which provides access to journals, conference proceedings and other relevant information and allows users to search specific fields like "author" and "title," Strauss said.

Keywords are selected by editors from a set list of terms. Even the federal government is addressing the Web search problem; it is trying to make it easier for citizens to track government spending.

President Bush signed a bill into law this week that calls for the creation of an online database that will let people type in names of companies and states, for example, to search for government grants and contracts.

The information is already on the Web, but people don't know where to find it. A lot of people don't know that they can get access to much of the walled-off information in specialized databases for free if they have a public library card, said Price, of Ask.

Other helpful sites are the Librarians Internet Index , which offers quick lists of carefully vetted, reliable Web sites, the Internet Public Library and Infomine , a collection of scholarly resources on the Internet, according to Price.

With the advent of the Web and search engines, people's interaction with libraries has changed. While the number of reference questions at California public libraries has been declining, the difficulty of the questions has increased, said Ira Bray, a technology consultant at the California State Library.

Gone are the days of calling or visiting the library to find out a famous person's birthplace or the gross national product for the U. But you'll need more than a search engine to figure out, for example, what factors were at play in the growth of the U.

On Thursday, Microsoft warned people about a vulnerability in the Windows Shell, the part of the operating system that presents the user interface.

While sample exploit code has been published, Microsoft said it has not yet seen any related attacks. The vulnerability was actually discovered two months ago, but the code only surfaced this week, according to the French Security Incident Response Team.

Security monitoring company Secunia deems the issue "extremely critical ," its most severe rating. Microsoft said it is working on a fix and plans to release it on Oct.

Meanwhile, it suggested several workarounds in its advisory to protect Windows systems. The Windows Shell bug is one of several flaws that are publicly known and for which exploit code is available, but which Microsoft has yet to patch.

Miscreants are taunting Microsoft with zero-day code, or attack code released immediately after a flaw or patch is made public, experts have said.

Some security watchers have started to coin the term " zero-day Wednesday " to come after "Patch Tuesday," Microsoft's patch day on the second Tuesday of each month.

Microsoft put its patches on a schedule to give IT managers time to plan and prepare. Microsoft issued a "critical" security fix for Windows on Tuesday, two weeks before its October scheduled release date.

The update repairs a flaw in a Windows component called "vgx. Web analytics firm OneStat. Data from WebSideStory shows a more moderate change, with Firefox doubling its user base in the US from June to April , while the proportion of IE users fell by more than 6 percentage points.

Firefox appears to have grabbed even more market share in Europe, with 30 percent, 24 percent and 22 percent of Web surfers using Firefox in Finland, Germany and Hungary respectively.

So, where has this new browser come from? It's public knowledge that the Mozilla project originated when Netscape Communications decided to open source its browser in but the intervening years up to the browser's current success is less well known.

And the project hasn't been without its problems too, such as the challenge of handling a rapidly growing community of contributors.

Asa Dotzler, the community co-ordinator at the Mozilla Foundation, was a key player in organising the community around the open source browser, initially as a volunteer and eventually as a paid employee of Netscape, and later the Mozilla Foundation.

ZDNet UK recently made a trip out to the company's Mountain View, California headquarters to quiz Dotzler about his role in thedevelopment of Firefox, and how he and Blake Ross, the browser's creator, devised a community marketing campaign that contributed to its growth.

January Netscape Communications announces plans to release the source code of its browser to "harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet".

March Netscape makes the source code for Communicator 5. Asa Dotzler started contributing to the Mozilla project early on.

He had developed an interest in open source software in while he was at Auburn University in Alabama, where he was studying architecture and preservation.

They kept telling me how great open source is. The idea of open source fit in with my personal philosophy — I liked the community side of it," he says.

I wasn't a computer programmer, but wanted to find a way to get involved in the project, so I started reading the Netscape news groups. Netscape 5 was horribly broken, so I went to Bugzilla and reported some bugs.

A developer replied saying he needed more information. I left more information and a few days later the bug was fixed," he continues.

As the number of people contributing to the Mozilla project increased, Dotzler realised that developers were spending a lot of time communicating with those filing bug reports, to find out more details about the problems they had experienced.

He began to help newbies with filing good bug reports, to take some of the load off developers. I thought I could help these people with filing the bugs.

That spiralled and people started saying, "If you want to get involved talk to Asa. His wife, Deanna Pierce, worked different hours, so he would often work on the Mozilla project in the evenings until she got home and on alternate weekends, when she was at work.

After about half a year working as a Mozilla contributor, Dotzler realised that there were so many new contributors to the project that he needed more help teaching people how to file bug reports.

March Asa Dotzler wins an award "for his great work organizing Bug Day, maintaining browser general bugs, and helping novice bug reporters become experienced Bugzilla users," according to mozillaZine.

At the Mozilla award ceremony Dotzler set up a track for QA discussions, where he and other contributors came up with a plan to handle the ever increasing number of people filing bug reports.

One of his main concerns was that Netscape would find it too difficult to handle the volume of bug reports and may decide to close source the browser.

We came up with plan — if unknown and untrusted people filed bug reports, the community would go through and triage these and pass them onto the developers.

We would form a front line to shield developers. After he got home from the Mozilla Award ceremony, Dotzler was offered a job at Netscape by Mitchell Baker, the chief evangelist of the Mozilla.

He accepted this job and moved to California. The management chain was a group of 10 people with Mitchell at the top. AOL let us be, to do the open source thing.

We realised that we weren't going to be the priority we needed to be, to achieve success," he says.. November Netscape 6 released, but criticised for containing too many bugs.

June Mozilla 1. September Version 0. May AOL agrees to offer Microsoft's Internet Explorer as its default browser to subscribers of its proprietary online service for the next seven years.

When AOL started laying off people, Baker spoke to "friends in the industry" to get support for an organisation that could carry on developing the open source project, according to Dotzler.

The newly formed Mozilla Foundation decided to focus more on standalone projects, such as the Firefox browser then called Phoenix and the Thunderbird mail client then called Minotaur , rather than on the Mozilla Suite, which integrated all this functionality, Dotzler says.

The decision was taken to make it easier to maintain the project and create a browser that appealed to IE users. We had taken on a lot of additional features — it was a heavyweight suite of applications and was weighed down by features such as the chat client.

It was difficult for users of other products like [Microsoft] Outlook or IE to use. But Blake [Ross, the creator of Firefox] and I were saying we need to make browser that doesn't target the current users — the biggest audience is IE users and they don't need an HTML authoring tool or an email client.

There is still the relatively untapped so-called "deep Web" of information behind corporate firewalls and password-protected Web sites.

To get to the information, people have to know where the sites are and often have to pay to subscribe. One such popular site is LexisNexis , which lets users search more than 36, news and public record sites, and other sources.

Another is WestLaw , which provides access to legal records. The definitive index and abstract database for psychology academics is PsycInfo , which provides access to journals, conference proceedings and other relevant information and allows users to search specific fields like "author" and "title," Strauss said.

Keywords are selected by editors from a set list of terms. Even the federal government is addressing the Web search problem; it is trying to make it easier for citizens to track government spending.

President Bush signed a bill into law this week that calls for the creation of an online database that will let people type in names of companies and states, for example, to search for government grants and contracts.

The information is already on the Web, but people don't know where to find it. A lot of people don't know that they can get access to much of the walled-off information in specialized databases for free if they have a public library card, said Price, of Ask.

Other helpful sites are the Librarians Internet Index , which offers quick lists of carefully vetted, reliable Web sites, the Internet Public Library and Infomine , a collection of scholarly resources on the Internet, according to Price.

With the advent of the Web and search engines, people's interaction with libraries has changed. While the number of reference questions at California public libraries has been declining, the difficulty of the questions has increased, said Ira Bray, a technology consultant at the California State Library.

Gone are the days of calling or visiting the library to find out a famous person's birthplace or the gross national product for the U.

But you'll need more than a search engine to figure out, for example, what factors were at play in the growth of the U. On Thursday, Microsoft warned people about a vulnerability in the Windows Shell, the part of the operating system that presents the user interface.

While sample exploit code has been published, Microsoft said it has not yet seen any related attacks.

The vulnerability was actually discovered two months ago, but the code only surfaced this week, according to the French Security Incident Response Team.

Security monitoring company Secunia deems the issue "extremely critical ," its most severe rating. Microsoft said it is working on a fix and plans to release it on Oct.

Meanwhile, it suggested several workarounds in its advisory to protect Windows systems. The Windows Shell bug is one of several flaws that are publicly known and for which exploit code is available, but which Microsoft has yet to patch.

Miscreants are taunting Microsoft with zero-day code, or attack code released immediately after a flaw or patch is made public, experts have said.

Some security watchers have started to coin the term " zero-day Wednesday " to come after "Patch Tuesday," Microsoft's patch day on the second Tuesday of each month.

Microsoft put its patches on a schedule to give IT managers time to plan and prepare. Microsoft issued a "critical" security fix for Windows on Tuesday, two weeks before its October scheduled release date.

The update repairs a flaw in a Windows component called "vgx. Web analytics firm OneStat. Data from WebSideStory shows a more moderate change, with Firefox doubling its user base in the US from June to April , while the proportion of IE users fell by more than 6 percentage points.

Firefox appears to have grabbed even more market share in Europe, with 30 percent, 24 percent and 22 percent of Web surfers using Firefox in Finland, Germany and Hungary respectively.

So, where has this new browser come from? It's public knowledge that the Mozilla project originated when Netscape Communications decided to open source its browser in but the intervening years up to the browser's current success is less well known.

And the project hasn't been without its problems too, such as the challenge of handling a rapidly growing community of contributors. Asa Dotzler, the community co-ordinator at the Mozilla Foundation, was a key player in organising the community around the open source browser, initially as a volunteer and eventually as a paid employee of Netscape, and later the Mozilla Foundation.

ZDNet UK recently made a trip out to the company's Mountain View, California headquarters to quiz Dotzler about his role in thedevelopment of Firefox, and how he and Blake Ross, the browser's creator, devised a community marketing campaign that contributed to its growth.

January Netscape Communications announces plans to release the source code of its browser to "harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet".

March Netscape makes the source code for Communicator 5. Asa Dotzler started contributing to the Mozilla project early on. He had developed an interest in open source software in while he was at Auburn University in Alabama, where he was studying architecture and preservation.

They kept telling me how great open source is. The idea of open source fit in with my personal philosophy — I liked the community side of it," he says.

I wasn't a computer programmer, but wanted to find a way to get involved in the project, so I started reading the Netscape news groups.

Netscape 5 was horribly broken, so I went to Bugzilla and reported some bugs. A developer replied saying he needed more information.

I left more information and a few days later the bug was fixed," he continues. As the number of people contributing to the Mozilla project increased, Dotzler realised that developers were spending a lot of time communicating with those filing bug reports, to find out more details about the problems they had experienced.

He began to help newbies with filing good bug reports, to take some of the load off developers. I thought I could help these people with filing the bugs.

That spiralled and people started saying, "If you want to get involved talk to Asa. His wife, Deanna Pierce, worked different hours, so he would often work on the Mozilla project in the evenings until she got home and on alternate weekends, when she was at work.

After about half a year working as a Mozilla contributor, Dotzler realised that there were so many new contributors to the project that he needed more help teaching people how to file bug reports.

March Asa Dotzler wins an award "for his great work organizing Bug Day, maintaining browser general bugs, and helping novice bug reporters become experienced Bugzilla users," according to mozillaZine.

At the Mozilla award ceremony Dotzler set up a track for QA discussions, where he and other contributors came up with a plan to handle the ever increasing number of people filing bug reports.

One of his main concerns was that Netscape would find it too difficult to handle the volume of bug reports and may decide to close source the browser.

We came up with plan — if unknown and untrusted people filed bug reports, the community would go through and triage these and pass them onto the developers.

We would form a front line to shield developers. After he got home from the Mozilla Award ceremony, Dotzler was offered a job at Netscape by Mitchell Baker, the chief evangelist of the Mozilla.

He accepted this job and moved to California. The management chain was a group of 10 people with Mitchell at the top.

AOL let us be, to do the open source thing. We realised that we weren't going to be the priority we needed to be, to achieve success," he says..

November Netscape 6 released, but criticised for containing too many bugs. June Mozilla 1. September Version 0. May AOL agrees to offer Microsoft's Internet Explorer as its default browser to subscribers of its proprietary online service for the next seven years.

When AOL started laying off people, Baker spoke to "friends in the industry" to get support for an organisation that could carry on developing the open source project, according to Dotzler.

The newly formed Mozilla Foundation decided to focus more on standalone projects, such as the Firefox browser then called Phoenix and the Thunderbird mail client then called Minotaur , rather than on the Mozilla Suite, which integrated all this functionality, Dotzler says.

The decision was taken to make it easier to maintain the project and create a browser that appealed to IE users. We had taken on a lot of additional features — it was a heavyweight suite of applications and was weighed down by features such as the chat client.

It was difficult for users of other products like [Microsoft] Outlook or IE to use. But Blake [Ross, the creator of Firefox] and I were saying we need to make browser that doesn't target the current users — the biggest audience is IE users and they don't need an HTML authoring tool or an email client.

Lets just give them a better browser with pop-up blocking and tabbed browsing," he says. Some of the changes in the Firefox browser were minor, such as keyboard shortcuts.

Firefox developers changed this so both shortcut keys worked, making the transition to Firefox easier for IE users.

Once we changed it IE users were willing to play with it for a few days because it felt more comfortable," says Dotzler. April Mozilla Foundation changes name of Phoenix browser to Firebird due to trademark issues.

February Mozilla Foundation changes name of Firebird to Firefox, due to a trademark dispute with another open source project. September Firefox 1.

Around the same time the SpreadFirefox community marketing site launches, which helps the Mozilla Foundation beat its day goal of one million Firefox downloads.

Before the Firefox release Dotzler and Ross started thinking about how to market the product. Initially, the main media coverage they got was through blogs, but this soon spread to the technology press.

They decided to try to get the owners of blogs more involved in spreading Firefox. Out of about people, the overwhelming majority agreed. We thought, instead of going to blogs, lets post a list of blogs and ask the community to read them and if they're positive pass on the contact details [to us].

We then wrote to the blog owners — we thought it would sound better coming from the project leadership. The success of this initiative led Ross and Dotzler to start SpreadFirefox site, a community marketing portal that encourages and rewards people for telling their friends, technical departments and schools about the open source browser.

In 30 days we had about 10 million downloads. It's up to about , people now [June ]. A non-trivial percentage of these — between a third and a half — are participating in the affiliate program.

A quarter of a million dollars is raised in its day ad fundraising campaign, with donations from 10, individuals. After the success of the Firefox preview release, Dotzler and Ross decided they wanted to do something "even more ambitious" for the 1.

Our gimmick was that if you contribute to this we'll put your name in the ad — it would be celebrating our community of users," he says.

We were showing what we could do, allowing us to compete with commercial organisations. Our main competitor has no problem pumping 10 million dollars into a TV ad.

We wanted to show that grassroots marketing can be successful. December New York Times ad is printed. Even though the New York Times ad ran later than expected, Dotzler does not consider this a problem.

Interestingly, some of the press we had about delays resulted in the downloads going up — people wanted to find out what Firefox is," he said.

May IBM encourages its employees to use Firefox, by letting them download it from the company's internal servers and getting support from the company's helpdesk staff.

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Firefox appears to have grabbed even more market share in Europe, with 30 percent, 24 percent and 22 percent of Web surfers using Firefox in Finland, Germany and Hungary respectively.

So, where has this new browser come from? It's public knowledge that the Mozilla project originated when Netscape Communications decided to open source its browser in but the intervening years up to the browser's current success is less well known.

And the project hasn't been without its problems too, such as the challenge of handling a rapidly growing community of contributors.

Asa Dotzler, the community co-ordinator at the Mozilla Foundation, was a key player in organising the community around the open source browser, initially as a volunteer and eventually as a paid employee of Netscape, and later the Mozilla Foundation.

ZDNet UK recently made a trip out to the company's Mountain View, California headquarters to quiz Dotzler about his role in thedevelopment of Firefox, and how he and Blake Ross, the browser's creator, devised a community marketing campaign that contributed to its growth.

January Netscape Communications announces plans to release the source code of its browser to "harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet".

March Netscape makes the source code for Communicator 5. Asa Dotzler started contributing to the Mozilla project early on. He had developed an interest in open source software in while he was at Auburn University in Alabama, where he was studying architecture and preservation.

They kept telling me how great open source is. The idea of open source fit in with my personal philosophy — I liked the community side of it," he says.

I wasn't a computer programmer, but wanted to find a way to get involved in the project, so I started reading the Netscape news groups.

Netscape 5 was horribly broken, so I went to Bugzilla and reported some bugs. A developer replied saying he needed more information.

I left more information and a few days later the bug was fixed," he continues. As the number of people contributing to the Mozilla project increased, Dotzler realised that developers were spending a lot of time communicating with those filing bug reports, to find out more details about the problems they had experienced.

He began to help newbies with filing good bug reports, to take some of the load off developers. I thought I could help these people with filing the bugs.

That spiralled and people started saying, "If you want to get involved talk to Asa. His wife, Deanna Pierce, worked different hours, so he would often work on the Mozilla project in the evenings until she got home and on alternate weekends, when she was at work.

After about half a year working as a Mozilla contributor, Dotzler realised that there were so many new contributors to the project that he needed more help teaching people how to file bug reports.

March Asa Dotzler wins an award "for his great work organizing Bug Day, maintaining browser general bugs, and helping novice bug reporters become experienced Bugzilla users," according to mozillaZine.

At the Mozilla award ceremony Dotzler set up a track for QA discussions, where he and other contributors came up with a plan to handle the ever increasing number of people filing bug reports.

One of his main concerns was that Netscape would find it too difficult to handle the volume of bug reports and may decide to close source the browser.

We came up with plan — if unknown and untrusted people filed bug reports, the community would go through and triage these and pass them onto the developers.

We would form a front line to shield developers. After he got home from the Mozilla Award ceremony, Dotzler was offered a job at Netscape by Mitchell Baker, the chief evangelist of the Mozilla.

He accepted this job and moved to California. The management chain was a group of 10 people with Mitchell at the top.

AOL let us be, to do the open source thing. We realised that we weren't going to be the priority we needed to be, to achieve success," he says..

November Netscape 6 released, but criticised for containing too many bugs. June Mozilla 1. September Version 0. May AOL agrees to offer Microsoft's Internet Explorer as its default browser to subscribers of its proprietary online service for the next seven years.

When AOL started laying off people, Baker spoke to "friends in the industry" to get support for an organisation that could carry on developing the open source project, according to Dotzler.

The newly formed Mozilla Foundation decided to focus more on standalone projects, such as the Firefox browser then called Phoenix and the Thunderbird mail client then called Minotaur , rather than on the Mozilla Suite, which integrated all this functionality, Dotzler says.

The decision was taken to make it easier to maintain the project and create a browser that appealed to IE users.

We had taken on a lot of additional features — it was a heavyweight suite of applications and was weighed down by features such as the chat client. It was difficult for users of other products like [Microsoft] Outlook or IE to use.

But Blake [Ross, the creator of Firefox] and I were saying we need to make browser that doesn't target the current users — the biggest audience is IE users and they don't need an HTML authoring tool or an email client.

Lets just give them a better browser with pop-up blocking and tabbed browsing," he says. Some of the changes in the Firefox browser were minor, such as keyboard shortcuts.

Firefox developers changed this so both shortcut keys worked, making the transition to Firefox easier for IE users.

Once we changed it IE users were willing to play with it for a few days because it felt more comfortable," says Dotzler. April Mozilla Foundation changes name of Phoenix browser to Firebird due to trademark issues.

February Mozilla Foundation changes name of Firebird to Firefox, due to a trademark dispute with another open source project. September Firefox 1.

Around the same time the SpreadFirefox community marketing site launches, which helps the Mozilla Foundation beat its day goal of one million Firefox downloads.

Before the Firefox release Dotzler and Ross started thinking about how to market the product. Initially, the main media coverage they got was through blogs, but this soon spread to the technology press.

They decided to try to get the owners of blogs more involved in spreading Firefox. Out of about people, the overwhelming majority agreed.

We thought, instead of going to blogs, lets post a list of blogs and ask the community to read them and if they're positive pass on the contact details [to us].

We then wrote to the blog owners — we thought it would sound better coming from the project leadership. The success of this initiative led Ross and Dotzler to start SpreadFirefox site, a community marketing portal that encourages and rewards people for telling their friends, technical departments and schools about the open source browser.

In 30 days we had about 10 million downloads. It's up to about , people now [June ]. A non-trivial percentage of these — between a third and a half — are participating in the affiliate program.

A quarter of a million dollars is raised in its day ad fundraising campaign, with donations from 10, individuals. After the success of the Firefox preview release, Dotzler and Ross decided they wanted to do something "even more ambitious" for the 1.

Our gimmick was that if you contribute to this we'll put your name in the ad — it would be celebrating our community of users," he says. We were showing what we could do, allowing us to compete with commercial organisations.

Our main competitor has no problem pumping 10 million dollars into a TV ad. We wanted to show that grassroots marketing can be successful.

December New York Times ad is printed. Even though the New York Times ad ran later than expected, Dotzler does not consider this a problem. Interestingly, some of the press we had about delays resulted in the downloads going up — people wanted to find out what Firefox is," he said.

May IBM encourages its employees to use Firefox, by letting them download it from the company's internal servers and getting support from the company's helpdesk staff.

Dotzler was pleased with this news and says that it is likely to persuade other companies to take the step.

Dotzler says the first step that companies are likely to take when migrating to Firefox is to offer users a choice of browsers, while they work to make internal applications work on both IE and Firefox.

Now Firefox has now reached a significant market share, companies are more likely to make all internal applications work on both Microsoft and more standards-compliant browsers.

When they have a virus that affects one browser, they want to have two browsers. There is no doubt that people are working today on planning the next generation of projects to be cross browser.

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Download Firefox 2. The update repairs a flaw in a Windows component called "vgx. Web analytics firm OneStat. Data from WebSideStory shows a more moderate change, with Firefox doubling its user base in the US from June to April , while the proportion of IE users fell by more than 6 percentage points.

Firefox appears to have grabbed even more market share in Europe, with 30 percent, 24 percent and 22 percent of Web surfers using Firefox in Finland, Germany and Hungary respectively.

So, where has this new browser come from? It's public knowledge that the Mozilla project originated when Netscape Communications decided to open source its browser in but the intervening years up to the browser's current success is less well known.

And the project hasn't been without its problems too, such as the challenge of handling a rapidly growing community of contributors.

Asa Dotzler, the community co-ordinator at the Mozilla Foundation, was a key player in organising the community around the open source browser, initially as a volunteer and eventually as a paid employee of Netscape, and later the Mozilla Foundation.

ZDNet UK recently made a trip out to the company's Mountain View, California headquarters to quiz Dotzler about his role in thedevelopment of Firefox, and how he and Blake Ross, the browser's creator, devised a community marketing campaign that contributed to its growth.

January Netscape Communications announces plans to release the source code of its browser to "harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet".

March Netscape makes the source code for Communicator 5. Asa Dotzler started contributing to the Mozilla project early on.

He had developed an interest in open source software in while he was at Auburn University in Alabama, where he was studying architecture and preservation.

They kept telling me how great open source is. The idea of open source fit in with my personal philosophy — I liked the community side of it," he says.

I wasn't a computer programmer, but wanted to find a way to get involved in the project, so I started reading the Netscape news groups.

Netscape 5 was horribly broken, so I went to Bugzilla and reported some bugs. A developer replied saying he needed more information. I left more information and a few days later the bug was fixed," he continues.

As the number of people contributing to the Mozilla project increased, Dotzler realised that developers were spending a lot of time communicating with those filing bug reports, to find out more details about the problems they had experienced.

He began to help newbies with filing good bug reports, to take some of the load off developers. I thought I could help these people with filing the bugs.

That spiralled and people started saying, "If you want to get involved talk to Asa. His wife, Deanna Pierce, worked different hours, so he would often work on the Mozilla project in the evenings until she got home and on alternate weekends, when she was at work.

After about half a year working as a Mozilla contributor, Dotzler realised that there were so many new contributors to the project that he needed more help teaching people how to file bug reports.

March Asa Dotzler wins an award "for his great work organizing Bug Day, maintaining browser general bugs, and helping novice bug reporters become experienced Bugzilla users," according to mozillaZine.

At the Mozilla award ceremony Dotzler set up a track for QA discussions, where he and other contributors came up with a plan to handle the ever increasing number of people filing bug reports.

One of his main concerns was that Netscape would find it too difficult to handle the volume of bug reports and may decide to close source the browser.

We came up with plan — if unknown and untrusted people filed bug reports, the community would go through and triage these and pass them onto the developers.

We would form a front line to shield developers. After he got home from the Mozilla Award ceremony, Dotzler was offered a job at Netscape by Mitchell Baker, the chief evangelist of the Mozilla.

He accepted this job and moved to California. The management chain was a group of 10 people with Mitchell at the top.

AOL let us be, to do the open source thing. We realised that we weren't going to be the priority we needed to be, to achieve success," he says..

November Netscape 6 released, but criticised for containing too many bugs. June Mozilla 1. September Version 0. May AOL agrees to offer Microsoft's Internet Explorer as its default browser to subscribers of its proprietary online service for the next seven years.

When AOL started laying off people, Baker spoke to "friends in the industry" to get support for an organisation that could carry on developing the open source project, according to Dotzler.

The newly formed Mozilla Foundation decided to focus more on standalone projects, such as the Firefox browser then called Phoenix and the Thunderbird mail client then called Minotaur , rather than on the Mozilla Suite, which integrated all this functionality, Dotzler says.

The decision was taken to make it easier to maintain the project and create a browser that appealed to IE users. We had taken on a lot of additional features — it was a heavyweight suite of applications and was weighed down by features such as the chat client.

It was difficult for users of other products like [Microsoft] Outlook or IE to use. But Blake [Ross, the creator of Firefox] and I were saying we need to make browser that doesn't target the current users — the biggest audience is IE users and they don't need an HTML authoring tool or an email client.

Lets just give them a better browser with pop-up blocking and tabbed browsing," he says. Some of the changes in the Firefox browser were minor, such as keyboard shortcuts.

Firefox developers changed this so both shortcut keys worked, making the transition to Firefox easier for IE users.

Once we changed it IE users were willing to play with it for a few days because it felt more comfortable," says Dotzler.

April Mozilla Foundation changes name of Phoenix browser to Firebird due to trademark issues. February Mozilla Foundation changes name of Firebird to Firefox, due to a trademark dispute with another open source project.

September Firefox 1. Around the same time the SpreadFirefox community marketing site launches, which helps the Mozilla Foundation beat its day goal of one million Firefox downloads.

Before the Firefox release Dotzler and Ross started thinking about how to market the product. Initially, the main media coverage they got was through blogs, but this soon spread to the technology press.

They decided to try to get the owners of blogs more involved in spreading Firefox. Out of about people, the overwhelming majority agreed.

We thought, instead of going to blogs, lets post a list of blogs and ask the community to read them and if they're positive pass on the contact details [to us].

We then wrote to the blog owners — we thought it would sound better coming from the project leadership. The success of this initiative led Ross and Dotzler to start SpreadFirefox site, a community marketing portal that encourages and rewards people for telling their friends, technical departments and schools about the open source browser.

In 30 days we had about 10 million downloads. It's up to about , people now [June ]. A non-trivial percentage of these — between a third and a half — are participating in the affiliate program.

A quarter of a million dollars is raised in its day ad fundraising campaign, with donations from 10, individuals.

After the success of the Firefox preview release, Dotzler and Ross decided they wanted to do something "even more ambitious" for the 1.

Our gimmick was that if you contribute to this we'll put your name in the ad — it would be celebrating our community of users," he says.

We were showing what we could do, allowing us to compete with commercial organisations. Our main competitor has no problem pumping 10 million dollars into a TV ad.

We wanted to show that grassroots marketing can be successful. December New York Times ad is printed. Even though the New York Times ad ran later than expected, Dotzler does not consider this a problem.

Interestingly, some of the press we had about delays resulted in the downloads going up — people wanted to find out what Firefox is," he said.

May IBM encourages its employees to use Firefox, by letting them download it from the company's internal servers and getting support from the company's helpdesk staff.

Dotzler was pleased with this news and says that it is likely to persuade other companies to take the step. Dotzler says the first step that companies are likely to take when migrating to Firefox is to offer users a choice of browsers, while they work to make internal applications work on both IE and Firefox.

Now Firefox has now reached a significant market share, companies are more likely to make all internal applications work on both Microsoft and more standards-compliant browsers.

When they have a virus that affects one browser, they want to have two browsers. There is no doubt that people are working today on planning the next generation of projects to be cross browser.

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Travel through time with us as we chronicle 50 milestones in hard-drive development--from product firsts to new technologies, and everything in between.

It is as big as two refrigerators and uses 50 inch platters. For the full story and interviews with key players, read " The Hard Drive Turns Before this, hard drives were either full height or half-height.

It has eight 3. EIDE also allows for attachment of optical and tape drives. It fits MB on a single 1-inch platter. At the time, Quantum is the number-two drive maker, behind Seagate; this acquisition makes Maxtor the world's largest hard drive manufacturer.

HAMR records magnetically using laser-thermal assistance and ultimately aims to increase areal density by more than times over levels.

It stores 2GB on a single platter. The drives are slated to ship in the third quarter of Karen the Cougar. Philadelphia Public Library helps police capture f Tuesday, December 12, Philadelphia Public Library helps police capture fugitive in the main branch of the library.

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