Free Software Directory:IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/Resources
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/About
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/Add-on list
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/Dev
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/FAQ
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/FSD bugs issue 1
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/Issues
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/License issues
- IceCat WebExtensions (proposed)/Resources
- See FSD:IceCat add-on third-party repositories for tools for the add-ons in this page.
- Language packs: Language packs are add-ons that let you to have more languages available for the user interface of IceCat. To find language packs for your version of IceCat, visit http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gnuzilla/, click on your version (also look in newer version of your release), then go to the langpacks directory.
- Search "gnuzilla" on https://filterlists.com/ if you want to subscribe to SpyBlock filters in uBlock Origin instead.
Privacy and security
Merged with "Privacy & Freedom Issues" links found at https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/gnuzilla.git/tree/data/settings.js
- https://audiofingerprint.openwpm.com/ - AudioContext Fingerprint
- https://browserleaks.com/canvas - HTML5 Canvas Fingerprinting
- https://browserleaks.com/webgl - WebGL Device Fingerprinting
Website and WebExtension issues
- AMO - https://addons.mozilla.org
- Firefox Test Pilot add-on - testpilot.firefox.com
- Mozilla Discourse - https://discourse.mozilla-community.org/ - support and feedback thread for some add-ons including uBlock Origin
- Dev-addons Mailing-list
- Mozilla Support - support.mozilla.org
- MozillaZine - forums.mozillazine.org
- babelzilla.org - "Our site and community are dedicated to provide localizations to extensions (for Mozilla-family apps using Gecko)"
- Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) and individual contributors. - https://developer.mozilla.org
- Mozilla Status Board - http://statusupdates.dev.mozaws.net/
- IRC - https://wiki.mozilla.org/IRC
- #amo-editors - add-on code review discussions
- #amo - addons.mozilla.org site
- #addons - general add-on support
- #extdev - extension development
By Firefox version:
- Firefox 55/56 support both legacy and WebExtensions.
- Firefox 57 only supports WebExtensions. Conclusion from https://wiki.mozilla.org/Electrolysis#Add-ons_Schedule: ONLY WebExtensions will be supported in Firefox 57. See arewewebextensionsyet.com for status.
- Firefox 55 and 56 label old add-ons "LEGACY" in in the Add-ons Manager, like the integrated HTML5 Video Everywhere! add-on that ship with these versions.
- Firefox 57: Tools -> Add-ons -> Legacy Extensions
- Multiprocess: Multiprocess Firefox (multiprocess) aka Electrolysis (E10s) compatible. Add-on Compatibility Reporter label multiprocess add-ons "Compatible with multiprocess." or "Not compatible with multiprocess." in the Add-ons Manager.
Thunderbird and Seamonkey is not implementing the WebExtension infrastructure. - https://wiki.mozilla.org/Add-ons/2017#Firefox_53
- Are you trying to get in touch with an abandoned add-on? You can message the moderators of IRC channel #amo-editors on the irc.mozilla.org server. This is their policy:
- The AMO editors need a valid reason from you as they are not allowed to contact developers of add-ons themselves.
- They also need your e-mail address so that they can share that.
- You also need to give them permission to share your e-mail address so the person can get in contact with you.
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