A few minutes ago, we released the latest version of the Foxmarks extension to the Mozilla Add-ons site. The new release includes support for Firefox 3, which has been brewing in our beta test area for the past two months. It also streamlines the Setup Wizard to make it easier for new users to get started and includes a handful of translations for new locales.
We should note that until Firefox 3 ships (expected in about two weeks, according to what we hear), we'll be continuing to refine Foxmarks' support for that browser. There are still some rarely experienced problems, but having validated the core functionality with nearly 20,000 users in beta test, we felt sufficiently confident to make it available to anyone who has already made the early jump to Firefox 3.
If you experience problems, please feel free to check out the FAQ or drop us a line.
Update: If you'd like to tell us how much you love Foxmarks (and aren't embarrassed to profess as much in public), leave us a comment right here on the blog. (We read and appreciate every one of them; honestly we do.) If you don't require a response, commenting on the blog is better than sending email to our poor over-worked support people, who right now are collapsing under a pile of incoming fan mail. Oh, but don't stop sending the cookies; the elves love those cookies.