More Pictures from the First Mozilla Developers Meeting
Thursday July 27th, 2000
i can not find anyone looks like a dinosaur of seamonkey.
Here's something, folks, that's much more interesting than some dudes waiting at a train station:
Netscape users beware! (Seriously, there was a 'hanging NS thread' issue regarding some of the audio playback... hence the warning)
Let me add, though... that my beloved wife is completely and totally innocent of any and all shenanigans that I subject myself to! hehe!
#3 Seriously though...
by bjensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Friday July 28th, 2000 3:22 AM
You've gone and done it, Chris... you've added a 'human' element to all of this... now I feel a bit like shit for ever have given ya such a hard time.
I'm a bit notorious on the web when it comes to forums... sitting back and looking at it I'd have to say that it's the absence of the 'human element' that can make me such a pain in the ass at times. No voice, no pictures/video, no emphasis of words, tone in speech, ad infinitum...
There has been so much *shit* that's been thrown Moz's way, recently. 'Humanizing' everything will surely put things in perspective.
I'd say keep doing it... especially in regards to the Moz developers. Show the folks the 'men behind the machine' so to speak.
The Soviet anthem made me nostalgic for the good ol' days.
#4 You can almost see me!
Friday July 28th, 2000 6:27 AM
This was the Mozilla.org breakout session. From left to right that's Asa (minutes away from talking to Mitchell about getting a job (which he now has), Eli Goldberg (top, QA, in charge of the QA page at Mozilla.org and leader of the soon to be famous "Netscape employee-to-be tour of the "microsoft campus" at Netscape (those in this picture took it)," and then Gerv in front of Eli, and then me (James Russell, kovu, etc.) and my Mozilla hat and finally Kerz (Jason Kersey), now a Netscape QA employee, in front of me.
Of a picture originally containing one Netscape employee it now contains three, in my case hopefully soon to be four, and then we just have to harass Gerv. Time Gerv! Netscape now man! Let's go! All aboard?
#5 Re: You can almost see me!
by bjensen <email@example.com>
Friday July 28th, 2000 7:05 AM
It's a pleasure to know ya, mate!
PS. Geez.. lookin at those pics make me think of one thing: I be gettin old! hehe!
#7 OFFTOPIC: AOL to accommodate blind Web surfers
Friday July 28th, 2000 12:50 PM
According to this report they have to
<quote> • Ensure that other future AOL products are accessible to the blind. </quote> <http://news.cnet.com/news/0-1005-200-2358978.html>
That includes NS6 right?
yeah. I can make out my nose!
#9 OFFTOPIC: Galeon License
Sunday July 30th, 2000 4:13 PM
Galeon is licensed under GPL, but it links to gtkmozembed (MPL). Does anyone here have any suggestions on how to resolve this? <http://technocrat.net/964911538/index_html>
#10 Very Off Topic
by florian <Florian.firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday August 16th, 2000 12:37 PM
Since some days I can't acess <http://www.mozilla.org.>.. Ping delivers me the following
ping <http://www.mozilla.org> PING gila.mozilla.org (184.108.40.206): 56 data bytes
but this address is not responsing.. is the current IPÜ address a differnet one and could someone post me that address, so I can access mozilla.org again ??