Labs/Ubiquity/Ubiquity 0.1.5 Release Notes
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Ubiquity 0.1.5 is a stability and reliability release. It's much more stable than 0.1.4 was, and has a wonderful new look that works across all platforms.
- New Look: Ubiquity has a new skin, called "Ubiquity Evolved" based on designs by Stephen Horlander.
- Stability: Ubiquity 0.1.5 is much more reliable.
- Developer Documentation: An easy-to-use and easy-to-read documentation system was incorporated into Ubiquity. See the latest documentation here.
If you already have Ubiquity, it will automatically update itself soon (you can also go to the add-ons manager and click "Find Updates" if you are feeling impatient). If you don't already have Ubiquity installed, you can get the latest version here.
Over ten people contributed to the code changed between Ubiquity 0.1.3 and 0.1.5. There way more thanks that should be given than can be expressed here. We did, however, want to call out two folks in particular for their work on envisioning and creating the skinning functionality: Yatrik Solanki and Abimanyu Raja.
We'd also like to thank Zach Lym for his ongoing work on Ubiquity user testing.
Finally, we'd like to extend a warm welcome to Christian Sonne, who has joined the group of core contributors. We'd also like to welcome Blair McBride to the team that's working on Ubiquity full time. You both of them, and the rest of us on #ubiquity on irc.mozilla.org.
You can see the full list of bug fixes.