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Monkey Business

Brendan Eich: My Ajax Experience West keynote covers a lot of ground, with slant-wise truth telling the over-arching theme. Mozilla believes in fairly radical open source action, including open strategy. In that spirit, three new projects

That’s a compelling story.  Combined, they describe a strategy to team (either directly or indirectly) with Microsoft, Mono, and Adobe enable every browser and every device that runs Flash to also be able to run applications written in Python, Ruby, and the latest version of JavaScript.

The following are marked up extractions from three slides:

ActionMonkey

IronMonkey

ScreamingMonkey


Where is Mozilla Heading

I don’t have time to do either story justice, but I wanted to point out Mitchell Baker’s request for someone (or some organization) to take on Thunderbird, care and feeding of, and Sam Ruby’s post covering Brendan Eich’s Ajax Experience keynote, and...

Excerpt from Burningbird at

Mozilla Monkeying Around with Tamarin

But in a really good way. Brendan Eich has announced 3 cool new projects around the Tamarin engine Adobe contributed to the Mozilla project: ActionMonkey, which will merge SpiderMonkey and Tamarin. Not really a new project, but lots more details are...

Excerpt from Shebanation at

Sam Ruby: Monkey Business

enable every browser and every device that runs Flash to also be able to run applications written in Python, Ruby, and the latest version of JavaScript....

Excerpt from del.icio.us/tommyers at

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