Independent Status Reports
Friday July 27th, 2001
The status reports have returned! Tony Jordan, like many of us, has been busy with many things, and while he is away, David Boswell of MozDev.org has volunteered to take care of the status reports from projects outside of the main Mozilla tree. Click the Full Article link to check them out.
#17 An "idiot's guide to Mozilla programming" ?
Monday July 30th, 2001 1:59 AM
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Although I find the whole idea of "idiot's guide" books totally ridiculous, I use it here as a figure of speech. If (and only if) Mozilla.org is interested in making individuals submitting patches to the project, there should be such a thorough, easy to understand, step by step documentation.
There are many ui imperfections / missing features (that NS4.x always had) and they are still targetted to future (e.g. the context menu in mail composition window). Since most wannabe developpers would focus on ui problems, I think that a well written documentation on XUL/JS would be a nice starting point. Otoh, perhaps Mozilla.org is somewhat reluctant to massive individual's participation in programming for the project (tree integrity, review, super review and other q&a resource constraints).