Check out what Dolske did. Cool! Interestingly, I had another interesting conversation today about the need to think about adapting Thunderbird for use in small form-factor devices (like the subnotebooks/netpc’s that are coming out). Not coincidental, methinks.
Archive for July, 2008
OSCON is the conference that I seem to attend the most regularly. In particular, the hallway conversations are great. Not being a Perl guy, I never went to the Perl Conference, but I was involved in organizing the first Python track at the first OSCON IIRC, and I think I’ve been every year since. This [...]
To jump in in the discussion between e.g David Eaves, Marc Surman and Mitchell Baker about what the open internet is, let me try and insert a bridging perspective. Mitchell, very grounded in the Mozilla project, comes at the problem from the technology angle. I certainly agree that without a technological basis, it’s hard to [...]
UPDATED: see the end As part of a release (say, for the sake of illustration, the next alpha of Thunderbird), we try to run the software through a set of tests. The more widespread the release, the more tests. Nightlies don’t go through any non-automated tests. The final release will go through a lot. For [...]