First New York Mozilla Developer Meeting!
Tuesday January 2nd, 2001
David Boswell writes, "On Monday, January 29th, CollabNet and mozilla.org are planning on hosting the first New York Mozilla Developer Meeting. This event is set to coincide with the LinuxWorld Conference, January 30 - February 2, 2001 at the Jacob Javits Center. If you are going to be in the city for LinuxWorld, stop by this meeting if you are interested in Mozilla.
"The event is scheduled to be at the CollabNet office at 601 West 26th Street, just a few blocks South of where LinuxWorld will be held that week. The agenda and activities for the day are still being determined. To find out more about the event or to make suggestions about what you are interested in for this event, sign up to the meetzilla mailing list and talk to the others who are going to be here."
#1 offtopic - "mozilla traffic"?
Wednesday January 3rd, 2001 12:05 PM
I was thinking that it would be pretty cool if somebody started compiling "mozilla traffic" digests, in the fashion of Linux Kernel Traffic (<http://kt.linuxcare.com/kernel-traffic/latest.epl>). I check MozillaZine every day, but it seems to be updated pretty rarely these days. I know work is going on, but I just have to sit back and wait to get my hands on something, or hear official announcements. It would be cool to be able to keep track of what is going on in the trenches.
#2 Re: offtopic - \
by alliswell <email@example.com>
Wednesday January 3rd, 2001 2:27 PM
you should check out mozdev (<http://www.mozdev.org>) then to see what other mozilla developers are working on. right now there are 21 projects hosted on the site, so you can see what is going with others in the community.