July 27th is Mozilla Community Day at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference!
Tuesday July 10th, 2001
If you are going to the O'Reilly Open Source Conference in San Diego this month, be sure to check out Mozilla Community Day, which is happening the last day of the conference. Mozilla Community Day is open to all, whether or not your are attending the Open Source Conference. To find out more, visit this page for info and a listing of some of the topics that will be discussed!
#52 Re: Re: Personal toolbar context menus
Monday July 16th, 2001 11:06 AM
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I don't think there's anything wrong with the news on this site, all the most important things are always covered, it's a shame we can't have something new every day on this site but as it's a site about mozilla it doesn't exactly have the broad range of topics that sites like slashdot can cover.
The areas of the site that do need an overhaul (or removed - as it looks bad on behalf of the mozilla effort) are the screenshots or the fetch builds pages (I think the fetchbuilds page can be removed now as it basically dates back to the days before mozilla.org produced binaries and people needed directed towards other builds).
As also mentioned the buildbar needs updating frequently, when Asa has the time to update the buildbar I doubt anyone could beat the comments that Asa provide (although the ability to add personal comments to the buildbar is a great idea). What I'd like to see is a buildbar that Asa can add comments on the builds as usual, but other people can also add their comments and perhaps give the builds a rating, logged in users could have a preference set whether they want to see all comments or just Asa's and the general comments will come in useful when Asa has no time.