Firebug Working Group

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The Firebug Working Group seeks to advance the open source development of the most popular web debugging tool [http://getfirebug.com Firebug] for the benefit of the worldwide web development community.  
The Firebug Working Group seeks to advance the open source development of the most popular web debugging tool [http://getfirebug.com Firebug] for the benefit of the worldwide web development community.  
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The group currently consists of 22 members and some contributors, though just a few are active coders. After it's former lead developer [http://home.comcast.net/~johnjbarton/ John J. Barton] [http://groups.google.com/group/firebug-working-group/browse_thread/thread/18d09978bd5e5aaf/fe9cadad192b22bf moved on in July 2011] the new main developer is [[User:Honza|Jan 'Honza' Odvarko]].
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== About us ==
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The group currently consists of 25 members and some contributors, though just a few are active coders. After it's former lead developer [http://home.comcast.net/~johnjbarton/ John J. Barton] [http://groups.google.com/group/firebug-working-group/browse_thread/thread/18d09978bd5e5aaf/fe9cadad192b22bf moved on in July 2011] the new main developer is [[User:Honza|Jan 'Honza' Odvarko]].
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== Want to join us? ==
The group is always searching for dedicated programmers, that like to improve web development and give its community something back. If you want to join us, please contact [[User:Honza|Honza]].
The group is always searching for dedicated programmers, that like to improve web development and give its community something back. If you want to join us, please contact [[User:Honza|Honza]].

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The Firebug Working Group seeks to advance the open source development of the most popular web debugging tool Firebug for the benefit of the worldwide web development community.

About us

The group currently consists of 25 members and some contributors, though just a few are active coders. After it's former lead developer John J. Barton moved on in July 2011 the new main developer is Jan 'Honza' Odvarko.

Want to join us?

The group is always searching for dedicated programmers, that like to improve web development and give its community something back. If you want to join us, please contact Honza.

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