New Mozilla Website
Tuesday September 11th, 2001
Gervase Markham posted an update on the effort to clean up the mozilla.org website. They will be moving to a Zope based system, and have a test site up and running. One of the features of Zope is the ability to skin the entire site. mozilla.org is looking for folks to help create both the default skins and a set of alternate skins. Click the full article link to find out more about this effort, and how you can participate.
#34 sorry for the double post. (more info here too)
Thursday September 13th, 2001 12:20 AM
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The links are just Bugzilla queries. You can bookmark the results of the queries and those bookmarks will repeat the query and give you up to the minute buglists with counts (noted at the top and bottom of the buglist).
You can do your own queries too by visiting <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/query.cgi> and selecting/entering some search parameters.
One additional note. While we generally have between 1000 and 1500 bugs targeted against the next Milestone and we generally fix between 1200 and 1600 bugs every Milestone (about 5 weeks apart) not all bugs fixed in a Milestone were actually targeted against that Milestone. It is also the case that not all bugs targeted at a Milestone are fixed in that Milestone. So relying on these counts for anything more than an idea of which bugs are desired for each Milestone is probably not a good idea. Target Milestone is not a commitment to fix in that particular cycle. It is more an indication of work that a developer is working on or would like to be working on for that particular 5 weeks. I think of it as "don't expect a fix for this bug any sooner than Milestone #".
Hope this helps some.