Ubiquity 0.5 Goals Outlined, Mozilla call for participation

Mozilla Labs is working on a new release of Ubiquity, tentatively scheduled for mid-June. It’s a fairly major update with a lot of changes and new features; major enough to deserve to be called Ubiquity 0.5. Jono DiCarlo, explained that the 0.5 versioning was designed to illustrate the fact that the next iteration of the prototype […]
Mozilla Labs is working on a new release of Ubiquity, tentatively scheduled for mid-June. It’s a fairly major update with a lot of changes and new features; major enough to deserve to be called Ubiquity 0.5. Jono DiCarlo, explained that the 0.5 versioning was designed to illustrate the fact that the next iteration of the prototype was a major update with new features coming to the table. The focus for version 0.5 of Ubiquity is not only on resolving bugs and enhancing built-in commands, but also on making the prototype more accessible to end users, with documentation and help content. Mozilla is also looking to build an interactive tutorial that will enable users to take advantage of the prototype within minutes.