New tinderstatus Tool Available
Thursday January 16th, 2003
In a newsgroup posting, Myk Melez announced the availability of tinderstatus, a new browser extension that allows you to quickly see the current status of the SeaMonkey tree. The extension should be particularly useful for sheriffs (those assigned to watch over the tree), hackers who check in a lot of code and people who like pretty icons in their status bar.
You can install the extension in Mozilla, Phoenix and Netscape. Note that the current version does not include an uninstaller.
#14 Re: Uninstalling of extensions?
Monday January 20th, 2003 5:16 AM
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"That's right. *no one* cares [...] The guidelines for getting a new splash screen are clearly lined out in the bug; any developer who felt this bug important enough to waste time on it could get it fixed."
I don't think that's entirely true - there are contributors that care, there are splash screens that meet the guidelines. It's not getting fixed because mozilla.org want to resolve the legal issues first, and only they can do that, not anyone else...