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Mozilla's Test Pilot program opens to public

Mozilla Labs has finally finished up work on their Test Pilot program and is now looking for help from Firefox users of all levels. For those of you that don't know, the program is designed to help Mozilla test ideas to continue developing Firefox.

The program was originally announced in January and little was known about it at the time. Mozilla Labs is now ready to get started and today revealed that interested users can now "opt-in" by downloading a special Firefox add-on.

Once you're a member, you will be able to choose what you want to test, whether that means what interests you or what you think needs the most work. It's your call. You're also given the freedom to choose whether you want to submit your results or just test the features for yourself.

The cool thing about the program is it gives average users access Firefox's newest features and user interfaces prior to release. If you want to get a behind the scenes look and help test new features for Firefox, head on over to Mozilla Labs and sign up!

Tags: add-on, firefox, mozilla labs, opensource, opt-in, test-pilot

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