Mozilla Developer Meeting 2.0
Wednesday July 5th, 2000
Alphanumerica has announced the Second Mozilla Developer Meeting at the Netscape campus in Mountain View, CA, on August 18. It is timed to coincide with the LinuxWorld Conference going on from the 14 to the 17 in San Jose. Right now the page is rather bare, but expect more details to go up when they are known. The first meeting was a lot of fun, so we encourage anyone who's interested in developing for or with Mozilla, and meeting the people behind Mozilla, to attend!
#1 bout time!
Wednesday July 5th, 2000 10:30 PM
sweet, I'll be there! Hope to meet most of you all.
#2 I'M THERE!!!
Thursday July 6th, 2000 4:18 AM
I WILL be there, and this time I won't have to claim my grandma died! Too bad we couldn't have a Mozilla.org 3.5 anniversary party to go with it! WooHoo!!!
#3 Re: I'M THERE!!!
Thursday July 6th, 2000 6:37 AM
The page mentions potential plans for a mozilla party 3.5
#4 Technical Overviews.
Thursday July 6th, 2000 12:57 PM
I was at the first Mozilla developers conference, and I must say that the conference was mostly an introduction to all the outside (and some inside) participants - and in some cases a job expo (I know at least a couple of people ended up landing jobs because of the meeting).
It would be cool if this year there were more learning experiences available. A few Technical courses about the new technologies in Mozilla: XPCOM, XUL, XPIDL come to mind. Joseph Elwell
#5 Sadly not...
Thursday July 6th, 2000 3:34 PM
This time, I won't be flying over from the UK :-(( Have a nice time without me...
#6 poor Gerv
Thursday July 6th, 2000 6:47 PM
I'm sorry you won't be there, Gerv, but check out Amiga.com! And Devicetop.com!
#7 Re: poor Gerv
Thursday July 6th, 2000 7:31 PM
Try not to be too subtle with your plugs in the future.....:)
#8 Has these been announced on Mozillazine before?
Friday July 7th, 2000 2:04 AM
#9 Has these been announced on Mozillazine before?
Friday July 7th, 2000 2:08 AM
Friday July 7th, 2000 2:18 AM
A serch through sourceforge for "zilla" brings up some interesting results. Many of them related to Mozilla. Some don't have descriptions yet. Interesting!