Updates

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March 22, 2011

Firefox 4.0 has been released! This new version comes with several bug fixes and new features for MathML. Some improvements are particularly worth noting:

  • A new HTML parser, which lets you use MathML inside non-XHTML documents.
  • Complete support for STIX fonts 1.0.
  • Better rendering of mathematical symbols, especially stretchy operators.

October 21, 2010

MathML 3.0 is now a W3C recommendation!

June 11, 2010

STIX Fonts Version 1.0 are now compatible with trunk.Ā 

May 28, 2010

STIX Fonts Version 1.0 Released.

April 2010

New Web pages for the Mozilla MathML Project! Documentation is now available on MDC and wiki.mozilla.org. Feel free to complete and improve it!

May 8, 2007

Mozilla CEO speaks out on the future of Firefox: the complete 8,000 word interview.Ā  Interview to the APC Magazine where Mitchell Baker mentions Roger Sidje's work on MathML.

June 5, 2002

Mozilla 1.0 Released

"By virtue of embedding Gecko, Mozilla 1.0 and products based on Mozilla code support more web standards, more deeply, more consistently across more platforms than any others. Mozilla 1.0 features full support for HTML 4.0, XML 1.0, Resource Description Framework (RDF), Cascading Style Sheets level 1 (CSS1), and the W3C Document Object Model level 1 (DOM1) [...] as well as support for display of mathematical equations using MathML."

December 7, 2001

Status Report

October 2000

The first International MathML conference

April 14, 2000

Status Report

February 12, 2000

MathML-enabled M13 Builds For Win32

September 21, 1999

Ā MathML has landed.

September 18, 1999

Status Report - MozillaZine annoucement

September 3, 1999

XSL Coming To Mozilla? MathML Too?

May 23, 1999

Reader Opinion: MathML's Viability - talkback

May 14, 1999

Mozilla MathML Project Underway

May 1999

Mozilla MathML Project Initiation

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