We’ve recently moved the Mozilla Messaging offices, for a variety of reasons, to our cool new digs. Partially so I have something to look back in a few months, I thought I’d write down my thoughts about the new space and neighborhood. The office itself is pretty much what I was hoping it would be. […]
Archive for March, 2009
Ludovic posted on QMO about the results after one year of Thunderbird bug days. The chart is impressive. Sincere thanks to Gary, Wayne, Ludovic, and everyone else who jumps in to help. In related news, apparently there’s a 2-for-1 sale on bug help.
An open-source project that I pay a bit of attention to is SOGo, aka “scalable OGo”. It’s a project w/ a long history, much of which I don’t know well, but what’s interesting to me is that they’re trying to be the Yin to Thunderbird’s Yang. SOGo includes a web frontend, which is designed to […]