Mozilla Developer Bash!
Saturday March 11th, 2000
The day after the Mozilla Anniversary Party, join other interested developers at the Netscape campus's engineering pit for a day of discussion.
The Bash is on April 7, 2000, from 12:00pm - 6pm PST, with a roll-in time for guests between 11:00am and 12:00pm. Lunch will be from noon 'til one, followed by a series of meetings and informal presentations (see below), with a reception afterwards. We will post directions to the campus soon on mozillaZine. The campus isn't too far from SF, and is accesible via public transportation (CalTrain, I believe), so don't let its location prevent you from stopping by.
The agenda for the discussion is still open for suggestions. Dave Boswell and Pete Collins from Alphanumerica will be talking about their "Aphrodite" and "Fruity Gum" packages, and some of the possibilities of XUL, in a presentation, but beyond that we're open to ideas. Let us know what you would like to talk about (tell us in the forum for this news item).
Also, because getting to the engineering pit requires a badge from the front desk, you must RSVP if you are interested in coming to the meeting. You can either email David at Alphanumerica directly, or simply post your RSVP in the forum for this news item. The engineering pit holds a limited number of people, so get your RSVP's in now!
Hope to see you there!
#1 I'll be there
Saturday March 11th, 2000 3:38 PM
I'm really looking forward to meeting everyone!
How cool is this!
#2 Will Hyatt be demoing his Aqua?
Saturday March 11th, 2000 7:26 PM
Or is he too afraid of Apple's lawyers?
#3 Re: Will Hyatt be demoing his Aqua?
by gerbilpower <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday March 11th, 2000 7:53 PM
Not sure if I remember correctly but didn't Apple say that they were okay with Aqua inspired themes as long as they don't use any of their trademarked logos?
Oh, for those who don't know Hyatt recently posted a screenshot on the Mac newsgroup of an Aquafied Mozilla Profile Manager.
I don't think deja.com supports attachments, so it would be useless. Just take a look at the group.
Yep, well you were right couldn't find it in deja, but at least here is the address in the newsgroup should anyone want to see what the "Aquafied Mozilla Profile Manager" looks like <news://news.mozilla.org/3…6%40netscape.com?part=1.2>
Hopefully it will work