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Daily Archives: March 30th, 2006

That’s right! My first bug reported for Firefox, bug 331807.

The bug has to deal with a security error that isn’t an error in the current version of Firefox, but is an error in Bon Echo, the alpha release of Firefox 2.0. It’s a good thing that I test these things, as that would have been a big monkey wrench once 2.0 came out. I’ve found a workaround for it, but I fear that the workaround leaves the same security hole open that was patched in Bon Echo.

Regrettably, it also happens to be bug that kills the main feature of my most popular extension, RTSE. It will also kill the main feature in an extension I’ve been planning to make. Can we say ‘Curses’ anyone? Of course, this won’t affect Firefox 1.5.0.*, so those of you who uses the stable builds of Firefox will have nothing to worry about for some time.

I’ll keep updating this in the comments for anyone that is interested.

I just got done with a philosophy assignment that required me to pick out an article and do an argument analysis on it. I picked a short and simple article from PCWorld regarding how DRM is seriously flawed. The article didn’t leave me much to go off of, but drawing from my past knowledge I put together a nice argument supporting this claim.

Anyway, the article is a pdf, so if you don’t have Adobe, you can get it here.
DRM Logical Analysis