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Thursday March 9th, 2000
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#34 Re: Christine Begle and "Get it"
Saturday March 11th, 2000 6:03 PM
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She also wrote JProf <http://lxr.mozilla.org/mo…e/tools/jprof/README.html> , which is very helpful (essential?) in performance work and now used in other open source project[s] as well.
I also think, a "Gets it" award would be useful to strengthen conciousness about the open source nature of Mozilla, although I would prefer a less offensive name (no, I don't have suggestions).