The following post came from Dennis to you guys:
Thanks you all for testing FireShare. Keep the comments coming as it is extremely helpful. Already I’ve been able to fix a few bugs and make the user interface better.
If you missed yesterdays post, you can read that for a background on what this is all about.
If you are using FireShare and would like to help further, or if you’d like to get started, it would be extemely helpful for you to install the latest version from the mozilla fireshare addon page. You have to create an account because the plugin is still in the sandbox stage, but doing so will allow you to leave feedback and enough feedback ratings will eventually allow the plugin to come out of the sandbox stage for the general public to download and use. If you don’t want to go to that much trouble, but are still interested in helping to test, you can always use the same software directly from FireShare.net.
Just a quick last note: Yesterday I had this forum post pop up as an interesting URL. What do you know.. it worked.