Yesterday, Mozilla’s Mike Beltzner presented the early product plan for the open source Web browser Firefox version 4.
Beltzner said that the primary goals for Firefox 4 will be to make the browser “super-duper fast,” enabling open standards such as HTML5 and “putting users in full control of their browser, data and Web experience.”
On his personal blog he wrote, “Usually software producers don’t present these sorts of plans in public until they’re finalized, but Mozilla is a little different. We work in the open, socializing our plans early and often to gather feedback and build excitement in our worldwide community. Not everyone could attend the presentation today, though, so I’m sharing the slides and video here as well.”
You can watch the presentation here (ogg).
If you’d like to leave feedback for Beltzner and the Mozilla team about Firefox 4 you can do so on his blog post or using Rypple.