Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Foxmarks 0.77 Released for Testing

We just released for testing Foxmarks 0.77, which fixes a bug found in the new microsummary conflict resolution code.

We're hiring!

We're finally ready to start moving some of the Foxmarks magic to the web. (My Foxcloud provides but the slimmest hint of what we've got up our sleeves.) Doing so will require that we expand the current cast of Foxmarxian elves, so we've opened two engineering positions; descriptions are available here and here. If you're interested, give us a shout.

Foxmarks for Firefox 2.0 Beta

We've put together a beta version of Foxmarks for users who are interested in helping to test it against the recently released beta version of Firefox 2.

The new version of Foxmarks contains some minimal support for synchronizing microsummaries, a new feature of Firefox 2. If there are bugs to be found in this new version of Foxmarks, this is where they're likely to appear.

If you see anything unusual, please let us know.

Friday, July 7, 2006

Foxmarks Privacy Policy Redux

In response to a number of users who have expressed concerns about our privacy policy, we have produced a new revision of the policy, providing further explication and chopping out parts of the policy that some users found onerous. The new privacy policy can be found here, and there's even a nifty table that summarizes the changes.

The policy will likely continue to evolve, but we hope you find these changes to be a step in the right direction. Please let us know what you think.