Speaking of Firebug, some of you may have run into the "double load" issue in Firebug 1.2. This issue is actually due to a limitation in the Mozilla browser, but a fix has been developed, in part by the Firebug team. So if you want to help Firebug, and in turn ColdFire, go to the Mozilla bug database and vote for Bug 430155. (This is one way you can help your favorite open source projects without contributing code!)
Last night I released ColdFire 188.8.131.52 which is compatible with FF 3.0.1. No real updates, just a change to the install manifest to indicate that ColdFire should be compatible with all FF 3.0.* releases.
I've had a few reports that ColdFire 1.1 does not work with Firebug 1.2, the recommended Firebug version for Firefox 3. I just wanted to let people know that I'm aware of the issue and actually have a working version of ColdFire 1.2 ready to go, but...
Earlier in the week I blogged about the latest release of ColdFire and briefly mentioned the new request queue feature. I wanted to follow up with some details about this new feature, however in thinking about this blog post I realized that a more correct name would be the response queue, as the queue lists responses from the server which have ColdFire data. So, nevermind what it is called, what can it do?