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Is Mozilla Ubiquity Dead?

February 25th, 2010 02:08 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

darthcamaro writes “Remember Mozilla Ubiquity? It was an effort to bring natural language commands to the Firefox browser. Now after almost two years of development and a half million downloads, the project is no longer being actively developed. Project founder Aza Raskin is now working on other projects, including Mozilla Jetpack, so Ubiquity is on the back burner. ‘”There is huge demand for being able to connect the Web with language — to not have to move from one site to another to complete your daily tasks,” Raskin said. “And there is huge demand for anyone to be able to write small snippets of code that lets them command the Web the way they want. Ubiquity gave everyday developers a voice with how the browser and the Web works.”‘”

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