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Get all information about Mozilla and its products from one location

All information relating to Mozilla and its products are distributed through blogs, newsletters, wikis and other resources. But now you can have all that information in a centralized location at Lizard Feeder. The Lizard Feeder is a compilation of data feeds representing activity within the Mozilla community. This feed aggregator updated every moment.

The LizardFeeder presented by Mozilla Web dev shows all available resource updates such as codes, add-ons, discussion, blogs, etc, but the user can choose the most appropriate one like review of wiki, code repositories, blogs, discussions, microblogs like Twitter, bookmarks or events.

And also, from the options tab you can view the information from a specific date and can vary the speed of update like x1, x25 or x50.


  1. @ Joshua - Thanks!

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