Firefox public demo announcedBy Chris Williams. Published: 25th Mar 2005, 23:35:11 | Permalink | Printable
Not April 1stPeter Naulls is set to demonstrate his Firefox port for the first time in public at a user group meeting next month. Peter recently called on RISC OS users to pledge cash towards the development of the Firefox web browser port.
The talk will be given on 12th April at the Cambridge RISC OS User Group, which was formerly known as the Bottisham Acorn Users Group (BAUG). The user group recently changed name at its AGM, in a meeting that saw BAUG chairman David McDowell stepping down from his position 13 years after first joining the group's committee. David will be replaced by Peter, who will act as the group's chairman and secretary.
The Firefox event should be a good opportunity for punters to see the web browser in action and to put questions directly to Peter.
CAMRUG website - directions, etc.
Firefox port announced
Peter Naulls is a drobe.co.uk contributor
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