Mozilla features Pearltrees worldwide!

Good news! Mozilla has decided to recommend Pearltrees to their community by “featuring” the pearler ” in its gallery of browser extensions. Firefox has always been important in the development of Pearltrees: – The first pearler we developed was for Firefox – Code for Pearltrees pearler  has been released under GPL and available here – The Firefox community has been very welcoming and positive towards Pearltrees. In still more good news, a new version of the [...]

5 open-source codes from Pearltrees

Pearltrees’ objective is to bring about the democratization of the Web by enabling users to become individually and collectively editors of their own Web [founding principles]. Such a democratization of the web made openness and transparency core values in every aspect of Pearltrees. Today this brings us to release 5 open-source parts of Pearltrees. Pearltrees’ [...]

Pearltrees on Mozilla

Pearltrees has published its add-on under the General Public License (GPL3 GNU). What the hell is that? It means that Peartlrees’ add-on source code is now public. Anyone can build on it to develop something else. Just one restriction: if you want to publish a project that uses this code, it will have to be [...]