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.
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… Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading
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… Continue Reading