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Wednesday September 30th, 1998

We have for you today the first in our Developer Introduction series. Sandeep Hundal has contributed this first article, an introduction to Terry Weissman of the Mozilla project.

So, read on to find out a little more about Terry and what he's been up to recently!


#1 Re:Developer Introduction: Terry Weissman

by Chris Updike <flyingbeagle@hotmail.com>

Wednesday September 30th, 1998 9:44 AM

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This was a great interview, What there was of it. Maybe a bit longer next time?

#2 Re:Developer Introduction: Terry Weissman

by Swapan <swap@iname.com>

Wednesday September 30th, 1998 4:29 PM

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Here is an entry in FRESHMEAT for the robot which might help you:

development version: 0.9 homepage: <http://starship.skyport.net/crew/marduk/linbot/> download location: <http://starship.skyport.n…/linbot/linbot-0.9.tar.gz> author: marduk co-author: Richard Jones section: Web category: Development license: GPL record id: 898077595 description: Linbot is the professional Site Management Tool for webmasters. Linbot allows webmasters to view the structure of a site, track down broken links, find potentially outdated web pages list links pointing to external sites, view portfolio of inline images, get a run-down of problems sorted by author and to do all this periodically without user intervention.

#3 Re:Developer Introduction: Terry Weissman

by Swapan <swap@iname.com>

Wednesday September 30th, 1998 4:31 PM

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Here is an entry in FRESHMEAT for the robot which might help you:

development version: 0.9 homepage: <http://starship.skyport.net/crew/marduk/linbot/> download location: <http://starship.skyport.n…/linbot/linbot-0.9.tar.gz> author: marduk co-author: Richard Jones section: Web category: Development license: GPL record id: 898077595 description: Linbot is the professional Site Management Tool for webmasters. Linbot allows webmasters to view the structure of a site, track down broken links, find potentially outdated web pages list links pointing to external sites, view portfolio of inline images, get a run-down of problems sorted by author and to do all this periodically without user intervention.

#4 Re:Developer Introduction: Terry Weissman

by Terry Weissman <terry@mozilla.org>

Thursday October 1st, 1998 9:32 AM

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Thanks for the linbot pointer. I tried it a month ago, and found it lacking. It seems better now, though I am finding it hangs on me. But I think I can hack around it, so it may be what I use. Thanks again!