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firefox/geolocation.lang

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  • Geolocation in Firefox
  • Location-Aware Browsing
  • Firefox can tell websites where you’re located so you can find info that’s more relevant and more useful. It’s about making the Web smarter &ndash; and is done in a way that totally respects your privacy. <a href="%(url)s" id="%(id)s">Give it a try!</a>
  • What is Location-Aware Browsing?
  • Websites that use location-aware browsing will ask where you are in order to bring you more relevant information, or to save you time while searching. Let’s say you’re looking for a pizza restaurant in your area. A website will be able to ask you to share your location so that simply searching for “pizza” will bring you the answers you need... no further information or extra typing required.
  • Or, if you’re mapping out directions to get somewhere, the website will know where you’re starting from so all you have to do is tell it where you want to go.
  • This service is totally optional &ndash; Firefox doesn’t share your location without your permission &ndash; and is done with the utmost respect for your privacy. And, like all elements of Firefox, it’s being created using open standards to ease adoption by Web developers.
  • How does it work?
  • When you visit a location-aware website, Firefox will ask you if you want to share your location.
  • If you consent, Firefox gathers information about nearby wireless access points and your computer’s IP address. Then Firefox sends this information to the default geolocation service provider, Google Location Services, to get an estimate of your location. That location estimate is then shared with the requesting website.
  • If you say that you do not consent, Firefox will not do anything.
  • How accurate are the locations?
  • Accuracy varies greatly from location to location. In some places, our service providers may be able to provide a location to within a few meters. However, in other areas it might be much more than that. All locations returned by our service providers are estimates only and we do not guarantee the accuracy of the locations provided. Please do not use this information for emergencies. Always use common sense.
  • What information is being sent, and to whom? How is my privacy protected?
  • Your privacy is extremely important to us, and Firefox never shares your location without your permission. When you visit a page that requests your information, you’ll be asked before any information is shared with the requesting website and our third-party service provider.
  • By default, Firefox uses Google Location Services to determine your location by sending:
  • your computer’s IP address,
  • information about the nearby wireless access points, and
  • a random client identifier, which is assigned by Google, that expires every 2 weeks.
  • The information is exchanged over an encrypted connection to protect your privacy. Once Firefox has your location information, it passes it to the website that requested it. At no time is the name or location of the website you are visiting, or are any cookies, ever shared with Google Location Services.
  • Neither Mozilla or Google will ever use the information collected by Google Location Services to identify or spy on you.
  • For more information about your privacy, you should also read:
  • Google privacy policy
  • Am I being tracked as I browse the web?
  • No. Firefox only requests a location when a website makes a request, and only shares your location when the user has approved the request. Firefox does not track or remember your location as you browse.
  • How do I undo a permission granted to a site?
  • If you've given Firefox permission to always give your location to a site and later change your mind, you can easily revoke that permission. Here's how:
  • Go to the <em>Tools</em> menu, then select <em>Page Info</em>
  • Select the <em>Permissions</em> tab
  • Change the setting for <em>Share Location</em>
  • How do I clear the “random client identification number”?
  • Go to the <em>Tools</em> menu, then select <em>Clear Recent History</em>
  • Click the <em>Details</em> arrow
  • Ensure that <em>Cookies</em> is selected
  • Click on <em>Clear Now</em>
  • How do I turn off Location-Aware Browsing permanently?
  • Location-Aware Browsing is always opt-in in Firefox. No location information is ever sent without your permission. If you wish to disable the feature completely, please follow this set of steps:
  • In the URL bar, type <code>about:config</code>
  • Type <code>geo.enabled</code>
  • Double click on the <em>geo.enabled</em> preference
  • Location-Aware Browsing is now disabled
  • How can I add support for Geolocation to my web site?
  • You can integrate Geolocation support into your service by following the instruction at <a href="%(url)s">Mozilla Developer Center</a>.
  • Where am I?
  • Oops! An error occurred while trying to determine your position.

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firefox/nightly_firstrun.lang

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Strings identical to English:

  • Firefox Nightly First Run Page
  • Thank you for using Firefox Nightly
  • Choose an area to get involved below and help make Firefox better for users everywhere
  • Test
  • Find and file bugs and generally make sure things work as they should.
  • Start testing
  • https://quality.mozilla.org/get-involved/
  • Code
  • File bugs and work on the building blocks of the Firefox browser.
  • Start coding
  • https://developer.mozilla.org/docs/Introduction
  • Localize
  • Make Firefox available (and better) in more languages around the world.
  • Start localizing
  • https://wiki.mozilla.org/L10n:Contribute

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mozorg/about/manifesto.lang

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  • The Mozilla Manifesto
  • These are the principles that guide our mission to promote openness, innovation & opportunity on the Web.
  • Share this
  • <strong>Our 10</strong> Principles
  • Previous principle
  • Next principle
  • See more…
  • Learn more
  • 01
  • The Internet is an integral part of modern life—a key component in education, communication, collaboration, business, entertainment and society as a whole.
  • Use Open Badges to share your skills and interests
  • Explore how the Web impacts science
  • Learn about open source code in journalism
  • Making to learn in the digital world
  • Open Badges
  • 02
  • The Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible.
  • Read about open Internet policy initiatives and developments
  • Explore how to help keep the Web open
  • Mozilla story
  • You don’t have to make a case for open. You have to make a case for not open.
  • <span>Johnathan Nightingale,</span> <span>VP Firefox</span>
  • 03
  • The Internet must enrich the lives of individual human beings.
  • See how the Web can connect the world to healthcare
  • Explore how the Web works
  • Medic Mobile
  • 04
  • Individuals’ security and privacy on the Internet are fundamental and must not be treated as optional.
  • See how Mozilla works to put your privacy first
  • Read about developments in privacy and data safety
  • Learn more about how to protect yourself online
  • The Web We Want: An Open Letter
  • 05
  • Individuals must have the ability to shape the Internet and their own experiences on it.
  • Use these free tools to teach the Web
  • Learn about creating and curating content for the Web
  • Teaching the Web
  • Meet the Webmakers
  • 06
  • The effectiveness of the Internet as a public resource depends upon interoperability (protocols, data formats, content), innovation and decentralized participation worldwide.
  • Add new voices to open source technology
  • Set your Do Not Track preference
  • Understand the Web ecosystem
  • Who is Mozilla?
  • 07
  • Free and open source software promotes the development of the Internet as a public resource.
  • Explore how open practices keep the Web accessible
  • Learn how to remix content to create something new
  • Learn how to maximize the interactive potential of the Web
  • Contributing to Open Source Software
  • 08
  • Transparent community-based processes promote participation, accountability and trust.
  • Participate in our governance forum
  • Join us as a volunteer
  • Join us as a student ambassador
  • Join us as a <a href="%(volunteer)s">volunteer</a> or <a href="%(ambassador)s">student ambassador</a>
  • Learn how to collaborate online
  • I am a Mozillian
  • 09
  • Commercial involvement in the development of the Internet brings many benefits; a balance between commercial profit and public benefit is critical.
  • Visualize who you interact with on the Web with Lightbeam
  • See how Firefox phones seek to balance the mobile ecosystem
  • Learn about creating Web resources with others
  • Lightbeam for Firefox
  • 10
  • Magnifying the public benefit aspects of the Internet is an important goal, worthy of time, attention and commitment.
  • Host or join a Maker Party
  • Learn how to build online collaboration skills
  • What is MozFest?
  • Read the entire manifesto
  • Tell your friends
  • I support Mozilla because… #mozmanifesto
  • Tweet this
  • Learn more about…
  • Donating to Mozilla
  • Our history
  • Our mission
  • Introduction
  • The Internet is becoming an increasingly important part of our lives.
  • The Mozilla project is a global community of people who believe that openness, innovation, and opportunity are key to the continued health of the Internet. We have worked together since 1998 to ensure that the Internet is developed in a way that benefits everyone. We are best known for creating the Mozilla Firefox web browser.
  • The Mozilla project uses a community-based approach to create world-class open source software and to develop new types of collaborative activities. We create communities of people involved in making the Internet experience better for all of us.
  • As a result of these efforts, we have distilled a set of principles that we believe are critical for the Internet to continue to benefit the public good as well as commercial aspects of life. We set out these principles below.
  • The goals for the Manifesto are to:
  • articulate a vision for the Internet that Mozilla participants want the Mozilla Foundation to pursue;
  • speak to people whether or not they have a technical background;
  • make Mozilla contributors proud of what we're doing and motivate us to continue; and
  • provide a framework for other people to advance this vision of the Internet.
  • These principles will not come to life on their own. People are needed to make the Internet open and participatory - people acting as individuals, working together in groups, and leading others. The Mozilla Foundation is committed to advancing the principles set out in the Mozilla Manifesto. We invite others to join us and make the Internet an ever better place for everyone.
  • Principles
  • Individuals must have the ability to shape the Internet and their own experiences on the Internet.
  • Advancing the Mozilla Manifesto
  • There are many different ways of advancing the principles of the Mozilla Manifesto. We welcome a broad range of activities, and anticipate the same creativity that Mozilla participants have shown in other areas of the project. For individuals not deeply involved in the Mozilla project, one basic and very effective way to support the Manifesto is to use Mozilla Firefox and other products that embody the principles of the Manifesto.
  • Mozilla Foundation Pledge
  • The Mozilla Foundation pledges to support the Mozilla Manifesto in its activities. Specifically, we will:
  • build and enable open-source technologies and communities that support the Manifesto’s principles;
  • build and deliver great consumer products that support the Manifesto’s principles;
  • use the Mozilla assets (intellectual property such as copyrights and trademarks, infrastructure, funds, and reputation) to keep the Internet an open platform;
  • promote models for creating economic value for the public benefit; and
  • promote the Mozilla Manifesto principles in public discourse and within the Internet industry.
  • Some Foundation activities—currently the creation, delivery and promotion of consumer products—are conducted primarily through the Mozilla Foundation’s wholly owned subsidiary, the Mozilla Corporation.
  • Invitation
  • The Mozilla Foundation invites all others who support the principles of the Mozilla Manifesto to join with us, and to find new ways to make this vision of the Internet a reality.

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mozorg/technology.lang

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  • Bringing Virtual Reality to the web platform
  • Using WebVR, developers, designers and artists can share VR experiences on the web.
  • Learn about WebVR
  • Firefox Quantum for Developers is here (and it’s fast!)
  • The new Firefox Developer Edition has a new, blazingly fast CSS engine built in Rust. Get it with innovative features like CSS Grid Layout panel and framework debugging.
  • Learn about Quantum CSS
  • Check out Servo
  • See what’s new
  • Meet WebAssembly
  • Building the Web of Things
  • We’re working to create an open, Web of Things framework of software and services that can bridge the communication gap between connected devices.
  • Visit Mozilla IoT
  • Sponsored by Mozilla, Rust allows browsers, systems and more to run much faster and more safely.
  • Learn about Rust

Tip: if it is expected that a string is identical to the English one for your language, just add {ok} to your string and it will no longer be listed as "identical". Example:

;Plugins
Plugins {ok}