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Developer Day Update

Friday November 2nd, 2001

Mitchell Baker has posted an update on what's happening with the Mozilla Developer Day: "mozilla.org will host a developer day at the Netscape campus in Mountain View on November 9, 2001. We've scheduled sessions aimed at both JavaScript developers (Developing Applications using XUL and JavaScript, an XBL overview) and those interested in Mozilla's core capabilities (XPCOM, embedding, networking). Brendan Eich will lead a discussion of where we're heading with Mozilla 1.0. We started this discussion at the O'Reilly Open Source Conference in July, now it's time for an update. We'll also launch a Business Forum, with a focus on project management, and have some cool demos."

The Developer Day page on mozilla.org has all the details on presentations, how to RSVP and more.


#1 Whatever

by Tanyel <tanyel@straightblack.com>

Monday November 5th, 2001 2:56 PM

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They should try to produce some good documentation and put it on the internet.

#2 Developer Day Notes?

by gary <mozillazine@lyranthe.org>

Friday November 9th, 2001 4:09 AM

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Is there any chance that some notes/transcripts/slides of the day's talks could be linked somewhere? I would love to have gone to this, but Ireland -> MV is a bit too far for me :-)

Gary.

#3 Re: Developer Day Notes?

by strauss

Friday November 9th, 2001 2:07 PM

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Wouldn't that be nice? We never seem to get much followup here on things like Mozilla Day at the Open Source Convention, Bug Week, or now Developer Day. I think it leaves people wondering if anything happened.

#4 sooooo.....

by strauss

Monday November 12th, 2001 12:34 PM

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How was Mozilla Developer Day?

#5 Startup Performance brownbag

by gary <mozillazine@lyranthe.org>

Wednesday November 14th, 2001 3:26 AM

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<http://www.mozilla.org/pe…tartup-perf-brownbag.html> That appears to be one of the documents used at the Developer Day anyway :-) I may come across more over time... nice to see that it's linked in at least.

Oh! It would be handy if the documentation section could highlight newer documents (did I hear a mention of a mozilla.org redesign?)

Gary.