Independent Status Reports
Tuesday July 29th, 2003
Note: If anyone has an update that they would like included in the next report, feel free to email me.
Download Sort Update
(Sort your downloads to different folders)
By Devon Jensen
Download Sort is a subproject of Download Statusbar. This project allows you to sort your downloads to different folders depending on the file extension or keywords in the URL. Now available for Firebird with a Mozilla version coming soon.
(Using Mozilla to send encrypted mail using PGP or GPG)
Enigmail 0.81 has been released for the Thunderbird 0.1 milestone. Apart from many detail enhancements, the UI has been redesigned to a great deal for better integration with Mozilla, it is now much more similar to the look&feel of S/MIME.
(Interpreter for Z-machine games)
We just released Gnusto 0.5.0, the first milestone release for ages. This release adds the ability to load ordinary z5 files without using a separate encoder. Unicode is now supported for playing games in languages other than English. Compatibility with Mozilla Firebird was added. Screen handling was improved. Lots of little bugfixes were made. It should now be possible to play almost all version 5 ("Advanced") games.
(Free project hosting site for Mozilla extensions and applications)
All major services and most minor services are now back in place on the new server. If anyone runs across any services that are still not working or anything that isn't working correctly, please help us fix the situation by reporting the problem in mozdev bug 4203.
(Java support for Mozilla (JRE XPIs, Blackconnect))
By Brad Neuberg
By Brad Neuberg
I'm not going to be hacking on BlackConnect for the next month and a half, since I need to shift my attention over to hacking on Paper Airplane, my opensource Mozilla based project. In the next month and a half there are four big tasks that could be done by volunteers if they are interested. I can provide pointers on how to do these tasks so contact me first for more info. Here's what's needed:
These would all be fun, extremely useful tasks if someone wants to jump on board.
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