Independent Status Reports
Note: If anyone has an update that they would like included in the next report, feel free to email me.
Jabberzilla Update (Jabber IM client for Mozilla)
I recently handed the Jabberzilla reigns to Jim Ray. I will continue to help the project as an advisor while I move on with my life to do other things.
However, I am still working on a whiteboarding project with a direct relation to Jabberzilla, so you will still be seeing more Mozilla application code coming from me. Here is the very first screenshot of the whiteboard.
Website Update (Mozdev site cleanup and redesign project)
Since I did not get any negative feedback last week I have decided to go ahead with using CSS for all styling of the mozdev.org website. David is thinking about redesigning the pages. Someone suggested "skinning" the pages. There is still alot more work to be done. Many pages on mozdev are still not W3C HTML4 compliant. If anyone wants to help, please file bugs about mozdev pages that are not HTML4 compliant.
Hermes Update (Web-based e-mail access project)
Updates have been missing the past few times. Hermes is not dead, just resting as real-life stuff happens. A move to a XUL version has been postponed and new services will be concentrated on to add to the already functioning version. New services are welcome, and easy to make, please see the tutorial on the website.
Hermes is sad to announce the loss of basic to the team. But happily this doesn't mean basic is lost to the community. This project owes alot to the work basic has put in - thank you basic!!
Chameleon Update (Mozilla theme authoring tool)
I've started working on Chameleon again. I'm gonna blow the dust off of this sucker and get her ready for mozilla 1.0. This tool is too useful to not have around.
MultiZilla Update (Tab-based browsing feature for Mozilla)
MultiZilla is a tabbed browser interface (MDI) for mozilla. MultiZilla is build on top of mozilla but uses less memory when you open more than one browser window. MultiZilla opens tabs faster then any mozilla browser window and it allows you to open more then one tabbed windows if you like. It also allows you to open one or more non-tabbed windows or a combination of them. You can easily switch between tabs, instead of going from one window to the other!
We like to thank all of the people involved in testing MultiZilla, you're a great help so far. Keep testing and we keep improving MultiZilla.
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